Canon and Nikon Cameras Might Be Disrupted by New Coronavirus Measures in Japan
Parts of Japan were placed under a state of emergency by the Japanese government on Friday, and camera manufacturers’ plans and supply lines for 2021 might be disrupted as a result.
Nikon issued a statement on January 12 expressing its condolences to those affected by coronavirus. In addition, it explained that while it will continue manufacturing, its workforce will be reduced to 30 percent or less in order to comply with policies put in place to reduce the rate of infection. Nikon Rumors suggests that delays to the availability of products are likely.
The Japanese Prime Minister declared a state of emergency for Tokyo and three other regions last week, though the new measures are not expected to be as dramatic as those seen earlier in 2020. Nikon announced the Z 6II and Z 7II…
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