The Computational Photography Market is projected to reach USD 29.0 billion by 2024 from USD 10.7 billion in 2019 ; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 22.0% during the forecast period.
The computational photography market is driven primarily by the rising sales of smartphones equipped advanced cameras with artificial intelligence capabilities. Smartphones-based computational cameras are displaying significant changes in the market. There is a high impact of computational cameras in the smartphones market. Computational photography is now evolving in smartphones such as Apple, Google, and Samsung.
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Camera modules for computational photography to hold the largest market share in 2019
The market growth of camera modules is attributed to the use of AI-based advanced cameras and the growing demand for arrays of cameras in a single product. The hardware and software of each computational camera are typically designed to produce a particular type of image. The captured image is optically coded. The computational module has a model of optics, which it uses to decode the captured image to produce a new type of image that could benefit a vision system.
The single and dual camera continues to hold the largest market share in computational photography market during the forecast year
The demand for these cameras is propelled by the growth of advanced smartphone cameras such as iPhone XS, iPhone X, Google Pixel, and others that use single- and double-lens camera modules for cutting-edge imaging. Having multiple-lens cameras has enabled manufacturers to add new features such as zoom, better HDR, portrait modes, 3D, and low-light photography. iPhone XS, Xiaomi Redmi 7S, Huawei Honor 8, and Samsung Galaxy Note 8 are among the recent smartphones with powerful dual rear cameras.
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3D imaging to hold the largest share of computational photography market in 2019
Computational photography cameras can be used for capturing images of a particular object from which a model of the scene can be generated automatically. A wide range of possible changes can be explored interactively and previewed on-set, including scene geometry and textures with the help of this technology. With advances in computer vision technology, it has become possible to capture 3D images using many different sensors and, in the process, to extract depth information.
North America held the largest market share between 2019 and 2024
The growth of the computational photography market in North America is driven mainly by the growth of the smartphone market in the region. According to Telecom Lead, apple accounted for approximately 40% of the total smartphone market in North America, followed by Samsung and Google. These smartphones have computational photography capabilities and are expected to be used primarily for imaging purposes.
The major players in computational photography market are Apple (US), Samsung (South Korea), Nvidia (US), Qualcomm (US), Adobe (US), Nikon (Japan), Sony (Japan), LG (South Korea), Light (US), Canon (Japan).