Women love the DSLRs, says PMA



According to a new report from the Photo Marketing Association, the primary digital SLR (single-lens reflex) user in the United States is a woman 51 percent of the time among those surveyed. Though, er, since women make up 51% of the population, that’s not that surprising a statistic. More interesting is the statistic that among those households where women are the primary user, the average annual income is at least $75,000, and they’re much more likely than most to have children under 6 years old. In short: moms love to snap. Surprise! [GT]

U.S. women go for digital SLRs

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