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Prospects for the reopening of DLSR manufacturing plants is improving for Nikon.
The recent historic-level floods in Thailand have closed many international factories in several industrial parks north of Bangkok.
Reports of DSLR manufacturer’s plant re-openings in flooded Thailand industrial parks are, well, as mixed and muddy as the are the flood waters.
Many of the most prominent DSLR manufacturers have had to halt production due to the tremendous flooding in Thailand. Reports of factory closings have been coming in for weeks, but the extent of the effects on DSLR availability is emerging slowly.
Understandably, companies such as Nikon Canon, Sony don’t want their publicity departments putting out press releases with negative info, but things are looking bleak in the short term for DSLR makers, their supply chains, and for us DSLR buyers and enthusiastic users.