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2017 US Photo and Video Sharing End-User Survey
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This document contains Demographic Data Tabulations for InfoTrends' June 2017 web survey of US consumers' photo and video sharing activities, including livestreaming. Data is tabulated by gender, age, household income, current HS/college enrollment status, and age of children in the home.
2015 U.S. Photo and Video Sharing End-User Survey
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This report details the results of InfoTrends' December 2015 web survey of U.S. consumers' photo and video sharing activities. Operators of social networking and photo/video sharing sites, developers of photo/video sharing apps, as well as vendors offering products and services to their users, can use the insights in this report to better prepare themselves for consumers' evolving expectations.
Millennials: Imaging Trendsetters for 2016 and Beyond
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This study is designed to provide detailed profiles of younger millennials (13-23) and older millennials (24-35), with an eye toward identifying differences both between and within each segment. InfoTrends uses a combination of research methods to develop millennial imaging personas, and uncovers motivators / triggers that lead to specific behaviors and specific purchase activities.
2016 U.S. Connected Devices End User Survey
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This document contains Demographic Data Tabulations for InfoTrends' 2016 U.S. Connected Devices Survey, a December 2016 web survey in which 1,497 qualified respondents age 13 79 were asked about their use of smartphones, tablets, and Internet connected television.
2016 U.S. Mobile Imaging End User Study
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This report highlights the demographics of camera phone users and non-users, discusses influential camera phone features and factors, and highlights respondents' mobile photo and video behaviors. The report also explores how today’s camera phones are affecting digital photography. Mobile phone manufacturers, app developers, and service providers can leverage the insights in this report to understand the wants and needs for current and future mobile photography products and services.
2016 U.S. Cloud Services End User Survey
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Results of InfoTrends' 2016 U.S. Cloud Services Survey, a June/July 2016 web survey of 1,497 qualified respondents. Includes Topline Summary Charts in PDF and Powerpoint form, Analysis Report, Behavior and Usage Data Tablulations, and Demographic Data Tabulations.
Road Map 2016: Connected Imaging Trends
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This document highlights some of the key trends that InfoTrends believe will influence online and connected imaging activities for 2016.
Road Map 2016: Imaging Innovators Service
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Each year, InfoTrends' analysts take some risks in developing our annual Road Map. We think deeply about the year ahead, and then predict what we believe to be the pivotal trends that will shape the market. We all are looking forward to entering a new year of interesting changes within the marketplace. Whether you agree, disagree, or predict additional trends, InfoTrends would welcome your comments concerning new imaging technologies, devices, and applications in 2016.
2015 U.S. Connected Devices End-User Survey
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This report details the findings of InfoTrends' 2015 U.S. Connected Devices Survey, an October 2015 web survey in which 1,499 qualified respondents age 13-79 were asked about their use of smartphones, tablets, Internet-connected television, 4K UltraHD television, and smart home devices.
The U.S. "Point of View" Imaging Market
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Action cameras have evolved beyond extreme sports into the everyday lives of ordinary people allowing them to tell their stories from their point of view. For some, these cameras are feeding into the "selfie" phenomenon by allowing them to transcend still images to videos of themselves. To date, cameras and accessories have been the main sale drivers. But as more video is captured opportunities are opening up for software, apps, and services that help consumers to edit, store, share, and even live-stream their videos.

Looking ahead, the point-of-view market will be expanding into new territories. We expect to see new implementations and applications of POV devices, particularly in the way of new form factors, such as wearable cameras and heads up displays, new features introduced that take advantage of new imaging technologies and instant connectivity, and new services that support the sharing, editing, storage, organization and management of the content collected from everyday life.