Canon’s latest digital camera line, the Canon TS3122, has already sold more than half a million units worldwide, but the camera’s first product, the 8MP Canon Mf644CDW, has been delayed due to supply shortages.
Canon’s stock price rose, but many investors are concerned that Canon’s current digital camera lineup will never be able to keep up with the demand for the 8Mp Canon lens, which has a price tag of $7,800.
According to the Canon blog post, the camera lens has been the most anticipated lens in Canon’s lineup for years, and it’s still one of the most popular digital camera lenses in the world.
The Canon TS 3122 is a 5.6MP digital camera with an 8MP lens that is powered by Canon’s high-speed AF system.
It’s compatible with Canon digital SLRs, but Canon doesn’t plan to introduce the lens to the company’s DSLR lineup until 2020.
Canon isn’t releasing a pricing estimate for the Canon M f644CDw, but given the limited supply of the lens, it’s not expected to launch until late 2019.
The camera lens is currently available at a price of $700 on Canon’s online store, and Canon expects to begin selling the lens for the next few weeks.
Canon is hoping to sell the lens as a limited edition limited edition at retail stores this fall.