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Prices of DSLRs Falling

On data based on Futuresource Consulting’s weekly price tracker system, the average selling price (ASP) of Digital SLR cameras across EMEA has witnessed a decline of 1.6% (20 Euros) in the past ten weeks.

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On data based on Futuresource Consulting’s weekly price tracker system, the average selling price (ASP) of Digital SLR cameras across EMEA has witnessed a decline of 1.6% (20 Euros) in the past ten weeks.  

Here are some excerpts from the company’s press release:

"Our price tracking system shows that some of the largest decreases in ASP appear in the 6-7MP pixel segment," says Adam Cox of Futuresource Consulting. "This group has seen a decline of nearly 8%, just short of 50 Euros, over the past 10 weeks.

"With most newly-launched DSLRs occupying the 10MP segment, which is experiencing relatively slow price erosion, older models such as the 6.1MP Nikon D40 are remaining price competitive. In fact, over the past 10 weeks this particular model’s ASP has decreased by more than 7%."

[Via Photography Blog]

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