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Norwegian store confirms Samsung “is done”

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The biggest Norwegian photo camera store Japanphoto just launched a sell out of Samsung products. They say: “now its the end with Samsung, we dump pricing”.

Thanks Lars for finding and sharing this!

  • SimenO1

    They are not confirming anything on Samsungs behalf. They are only stopping the sales in their own stores.

    “Japan Photo ends our effort on selling Samsung [cameras]”
    “When the stock is down to zero, we won’t order more [cameras from Samsung]”

    It might be an indication on something bigger though. I don’t know, but i hope Samsung will stay in the camera game at least for some camera genres like the NX series.

    • TeddyBear

      It’s an indication of Samsung gear not being able to sell itself. And these bad news don’t help it.
      One doesn’t dump prices 25% if they simply want to sell and not order again. One dumps price when there’s an understanding that it’s over.

  • Noncho Iliev

    I’m surprised that a store called JAPAN PHOTO sells Samsung at all. Very stupid conclusion in the title :)

    • Espen Braathen

      LOL. They are a big chain of camera stores in Norway. Don’t get confused by the name.

  • Marco –

    I don’t know if samsung will stay or not in the nx system, but it’s incredibly bad that, after one year from presentation, a flagship camera dropped almost 50% in price. Even if samsung stays in the business, who’s going to buy its cameras at launch anymore????

    I paid 1.224€ for the camera back in February, which seemed like a great deal, but now the price is 2/3 of that, in just 9 months. Ridicolous.

    • MattH

      Who’s going to by cameras at launch? Suckers like you, lol. or suckers like you were, at least. And there’s no shortage of suckers.

      • Marco –

        Was not at launch. Launch was in november. And I paid 1224€ when everywhere else the cam was at 1499€ :-D

        And for the last 9 month, here in europe, the camera was at most seen at about 1100€ (till a couple of months ago, actually, was 1.299€). So not a bad deal.

        But now, all of a sudden, the camera dropped to 890€. Not a market fault, but a samsung’s one.

  • Ed

    Or it could just mean that Samsung NX won’t be selling in Norway anymore. I can’t imagine this is a big deal at all

  • Iki

    924$ for the nx1.

  • BrianSmiths

    Samsung was a poor camera maker anyway. Who needs it NX1? I don’t. I doubt it will sell well even for $240. Let the loser burn.

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