Japanese electronics giant Sony has suspended sales of another camera product, hit by a global chip shortage, on December 7.
Sony will no longer sell the ZV-E10 in its stores or any other distributor because of a global semiconductor shortage and delayed parts purchases, according to sony's official website. It is reported that the camera product is Sony in August released a non-anti-Vlog micro-single.
It is understood this is not the first time Sony has stopped selling camera products in 2021. In November, Sony announced that it was discontinuing the A7 II, A6400 and A6100 series, and in April, it discontinued the Handycam HDR-CX680 camcorder.
But even so, Sony's share price has been rising since 2021. From a low of around $92 a share this year to a recent high of about $125 a share, it is up about 25 per cent and has a new market capitalisation of $150bn. (| AI Finance News Agency Zhao Wei)