Worldwide Market Reports added Latest Research Report titled “Digital Movie Camera Market : Moving Towards a Brighter Future”
Digital movie cameras are video cameras used for digital cinematography that capture digitally. Historically, films were shot on film stock. The demand for digital movie cameras surged in 2010, positioning itself as the dominant type of camera in the motion picture industry.
The predominant standard definition consumer video acquisition format was MiniDV in 2000. The Canon XL2 MiniDV camera was a popular camera used during that time. The MiniDV is used with the Canon XL1S, with traditional Panavision 35mm film lenses for movies.
In 2002, Panasonic released the AG-DVX100. This was the first affordable camcorder to support progressive scan at 24 frames per second, duplicating the motion characteristics of film and allowing for easier transfers to film. This feature made the camera extremely popular with low-budget movie-makers.
Manufacturers such as Sony, JVC, Canon, and others have developed high-definition video acquisition with the HDV format to the consumer and prosumer sectors. HDV cameras are being sold with a wide range of capabilities. These support progressive shooting modes and have sensors with full 1920×1080 resolution (though the HDV format itself can only record 1440×1080 pixels in rectangle pixels, and DVCPRO HD only records at 1280×1080 or 960×720). These benefits in turn, are increasing the demand for such cameras, in turn, fueling growth of the digital movie camera market.
Canon and JVC HDV camcorders also have the ability to use high-quality interchangeable lenses, rather than the fixed lenses that are included with most prosumer cameras. This increases the scope of shooting high-definition videos. Increasing demand for high-quality images and videos in turn is driving growth of the digital movie camera market.
Furthermore, increasing inclination of consumers towards entertainment coupled with growing cinematography sector, globally in turn, is boosting growth of the digital movie camera market. For instance, global box office revenue is expected to increase from around US$ 38 billion in 2016 to nearly US$ 50 billion by 2020. The increasing demand for movies in turn, is expected to increase growth of the digital movie camera market globally.
The Canon EOS 7D is an APS-C HDSLR, is used to shoot point-of-view (POV) action scenes in movies, owing to cost-effectiveness of the camera and compact size, which enables easy shooting from different angles in close-fitting locations.
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