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General Chat - not just photography => General Photography Talk => Topic started by: subbu68 on October 06, 2011, 06:17:38 AM
Some revelations by MD of SONY Middle East.
Miura said sales in the UAE are stable and Sony is expecting growth especially during the Shopping Festival and from women customers.
"We've started seeing the trend of more women buying cameras in Japan, Europe and Saudi Arabia, A lot of ladies are very much interested in this segment so we are focusing our marketing on them as well," Miura told Gulf News.
According to Miura, their factories in Japan are back to full capacity.
"Between March and September time our factories in Japan were affected. Out of our 25 factories in Japan, eight were affected. Now we don't have any issue for the production. Countries are demanding certificates to confirm that the products have no radiation so we've already given the certificates for the importation of each country," he said.
Are we going to see more "female-centric" cameras and radiation was one of the reason for delays in A77 and A65?