MORE PHOTO PRINTERS PURCHASED IN 06

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MORE PHOTO PRINTERS PURCHASED IN 06

 user 2007-08-03 at 11:55:00 am Views: 57
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    More Photo Printers Purchased in 2006
    AUG
    2007 – Americans are buying more photo printers, according to the 2007
    PMA U. S. Digital Imaging Survey. Twelve percent of U.S. households,
    which account for 18 percent of digital camera owners, bought photo
    printers last year. The average price of printers also climbed between
    2005 and 2006, with costs increasing from $149 to $162.

    Graphic courtesy of Photo Marketing Association (PMA).
    Many
    of these printers came bundled with a camera purchase, in 14 percent of
    households that purchased printers. The type of printer that was
    purchased through a bundled offer shifted more toward compact photo
    printers, those capable of printing 4-by-6-inch and 5-by-7-inch photos.
    This shift accounted for an increase of 14 percent in compact photo
    printer sales, up from 57 percent in 2005 to 71 percent in 2006. Sales
    of 8-by-10-inch format printers dropped slightly from 57 percent to 52
    percent, while the number of A3+-sized (11-by-17-inch +) format
    printers sold increased only slightly. Not surprisingly, the PMA report
    also found that those people who own digital SLRs were almost twice as
    likely to buy a photo printer as the rest of the printer-buying
    population.