Global And China CMOS Camera Modules Industry 2013-2014-Market Trends and Opportunities

Global and China CMOS Camera Module Industry Report, 2013-2014  involves the followings:

Analysis on CMOS Image Sensor Industry 

Analysis on Lens Industry  

Analysis on CMOS Camera Module Industry 

Development Trends of OIS

CMOS camera Module Downstream Market 

Seven CIS Vendors

15 Lens Vendors

20 CMOS Camera Module Vendors

In Chinese mobile phone market, 8MP will be replaced by 13MP which has become the standard configuration of mobile phones priced at RMB1,000 or above in 2014. Chinese brands use 13MP more widely than foreign brands. The mobile phones made in China are always featured with high-end hardware configuration. 30% of the domestic mobile phones will be equipped with 13MP in the first half of 2014 and about 50% by the end of 2014 (exported ones are excluded). Both of rear and front cameras have higher and higher pixels. 5MP front cameras are the current mainstream, while the mobile phones with 13MP front cameras have been launched.

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In 2013, the CMOS image sensor shipment reached 3.26 billion units at an increase of 15.2%, and the market size hit approximately USD8.008 billion. The shipment is expected to rise by 16% to 3.782 billion units, and the market size will be USD8.698 billion or so in 2014. Camera modules are not only applied to photographing, but also motion sensing for postural control, which will propel the market.

Amazon’s upcoming smartphone has not only a front camera and a rear camera, but also four VGA cameras which are used for gesture control, so that users can manipulate the phone without the touch screen. Microsoft's Kinect 2 also uses dual cameras to achieve 3D gesture control. Furthermore, HTC’s M8 adopts two rear cameras in order to improve the picture quality.

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In 2013, the CMOS camera module market size attained approximately USD13.7 billion, up 18.9% from 2012; but in 2014, it will shrink greatly, up merely 6.7% to USD14.6 billion. The market competition became fiercer in 2013, especially the price wars; therefore, almost all of CMOS camera modules saw a decline of about 2 percentage points in gross margin.

Japan Konica-Minolta is the first one that exits from the fields of CMOS camera modules and mobile phone cameras due to unbearable falling profits. O-film, a company in Mainland China, has invested RMB2 billion in CMOS camera modules. As the world's largest film-based touch screen vendor, O-film has extensive customer resources, and it intends to enter the CMOS camera module field with competitive prices in order to become the largest camera module company in Mainland China. O-film’s gross margin was less than 6% in 2013.


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Table of Content

1 CMOS Camera Module Industry

1.1 CMOS Camera Module Industry Chain

1.2 CMOS Image Sensor Industry

1.3 Image Sensor Market

1.4 Market Share of Image Sensor Vendors

1.5 Optical Lens Industry

1.6 CMOS Camera Module Industry

1.7 Relationship between CMOS Camera Modules and Brand Vendors

1.8 Brief Introduction to AFA (VCM) 

1.9 AFA Industry Pattern 

1.10 Brief Introduction to OIS

1.11 Status Quo of Mobile Phone OIS

1.12 VCM Driver IC

1.13 Automotive Camera Module Market

1.14 Market Share of Major Automotive Camera Module Vendors  

2 Downstream Market of CMOS Camera Module

2.1 Global Mobile Phone Market 

2.2 Smart Phone Market and Industry

2.3 China Mobile phone Market and Industry

2.4 Tablet PC Market

2.5 Laptop Computer Market

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