The world’s most affordable superzoom camera is out of traditional stock everywhere. You can buy it at a 50% premium from “scalpers”, but normal supply chains are dry. The question is, why?
Nikon Japan issues an official apology on their website for not being able to keep up with the demand for the Coolpix P900 camera that has been out of stock for months. Nikon promised to speed-up the production, but did not give a specific availability date.
Is it possible that there’s something sinister to the story? I doubt it, but what if too many amazing moon pictures by everyday people are to blame? Anyone have a picture of the flag yet?