International Contact reports positive trends in the Norwegian photo market.
After several years of a decreasing demand, the statistics for 2017 released by the Norwegian Consumer Electronics Trade Foundation show growth in camera sales in Norway, reports Tor Weatherstone. According to the Foundation, Norwegians also spent more money on printing their photos than in the previous years.
The value of the photo market, including photo and video cameras as well as lenses, increased by 13 percent to NOK 745 million (Euro 77.85 million) in 2017.
Equivalent numbers of still and video cameras sold grew 8,6 percent from 116,000 units in 2016 to 126,000 units in 2018.
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