CMOS/CCD Market Projections

Author: John Honovich, Published on Aug 03, 2009

In-Stat has released new projections for the CMOS/CCD market. While the analysis covers the overall market, they make one important projection for video surveillance: "CMOS will make up 62% of security camera image sensors by 2013."

[Update 2012: At least among IP cameras, CMOS now makes up 95% of the toal market with CCD offerings hard to find at all.]

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