NEW YORK — Digital video camera sales have been steady for more than a decade, but there’s still a gap in their popularity with young people, according to a new survey.

The study, which surveyed a representative group of U.S. adults, found that about half of the U.K. and Germany had at least one digital video recorder in their homes and the U, Canada and Australia were among the countries that have the fewest.

Digital cameras are a booming market, with some models selling for hundreds of dollars.

There are currently about 5 million digital video cameras in the U (up from about 3 million in 2007), according to the survey by research firm Euromonitor International.

But a recent U.N. study found that, for most people, the number of devices on the market had declined for the first time in more than two decades.

And that was even though the digital camera market was growing at an average annual rate of 10.6 percent from 2000 to 2016, Euromonitors said.

This year, the U of A’s U. of A Digital Camera Institute estimates that the digital cameras market will reach $3.3 billion in 2019, up from $2.4 billion in 2017, according the institute.

In 2018, the British government launched a digital camera-sharing scheme called the Digital Camera for Free, which offered to lend out cameras to students for a year, or up to $1,000 each.

Some U.C. Berkeley students used the cameras to capture their own photos for an online class that they published on the university’s website, and the camera also came with a GPS tracker.

As a result, the university was able to expand the program to include more students, and some students, including some from the U and U. K., also have used the devices.

However, a spokesperson for the U-K.

Digital Camera Alliance, which represents manufacturers of digital cameras, said that the program has had mixed results.

“The camera-share scheme has been a success for some students,” the spokesperson said.

“The students have been using the cameras as well as using the video recorders.”

The U.s. has seen a rise in its use of digital video recordERS over the past two years, but Euromoncer said that only about two-thirds of the countries surveyed were able to meet the government’s goal of getting at least 40 percent of its population to have a digital video-recording device in their home.

It’s still not clear how many U.k. and U-k.

adults are currently using digital video camS, but it’s expected to grow significantly in the next decade, according, according Euromoncers.