Olympus Sold 17% More Cameras in H1

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Olympus digital camera sales in the first half of this year chalked up a total of 120.2 trillion yen ($1.02 billion), jumping 16.9 percent from last year’s 103.4 trillion yen ($878.4 million).

This represents a significant portion of the company’s overall net sales of 484.6 trillion yen ($4.1 billion) in H1 2006, compared with 476.2 trillion yen ($4 billion) in H1 2005.

Because of strong digital camera sales, Olympus increased their predictions for digital camera sales this year by 12.6 percent to an expected 257 trillion yen ($2.18 million).

[Via: DigitalCameraInfo]

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