More Fujifilm Price Increases On The Way?

Fujifilm recently announced a substantial film price increase and now Amature Photographer has contacted Fujifilm UK to see if there would be camera price increases coming. Fujifilm UK replied:

It has been well documented that there have been issues facing the entire consumer electronics industry since the pandemic began in 2020. The cost of raw materials increasing, availability of parts due to manufacturing constraints caused by factories being locked down, increases in fuel costs resulting in higher logistics are just some of the challenges everyone has faced in the past two years. Any changes in prices are always communicated to the network of authorised Fujifilm retailers first. It is worth reminding people that UK law allows retailers to set whatever price they wish. Unfortunately we are unable to give any further information at this time about future prices changing.’

The statement is an interesting one and it could indicate that some price increases might be on the way, but Fujifilm might be trying to figure out how bad they will need to be or we could just see price increases integrated into new announcements since Fujifilm’s current lineup of cameras has been around for quite a while now. The Fujifilm X-H2 and Fujifilm X-H2S could give us some incite into X-camera pricing when they are announced later this month.

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