Fujifilm has had some supply problems for its hybrid instant camera, the Instax Mini Evo. The company has issues a press release to apologise for the supply problems and to thank customers for their “continued patronage of FUJIFILM products”.
The press release was sent to Fujirumors and acknowledges how popular the Instax Mini Evo and Cheki cameras have been. Fujifilm states they have “already increased the production” of the hybrid instant cameras. The aim is to “deliver the product as soon as possible, but it may take some time to deliver the product to the customer depending on the situation of parts procurement”.
Once again, it seems like the cause of the delays is the global parts shortage plaguing the camera industry and electronics in general. The supply problem doesn’t seem to be ending and many camera manufacturers have increased their prices this year which may also be party due to the supple issues.
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