Why does Sony store say "Pre-Order"?

Started Jul 10, 2012 | Discussions thread
gteague Senior Member • Posts: 2,091
Re: Why does Sony store say "Pre-Order"?

amazon uses 'temporarily out of stock' on all sorts of items they've never even received yet, the new panasonic 12-35/2.8 lens being just one example. that doesn't make much sense either seeing as how it's never really been 'in-stock'.

NeilJones wrote:

snapshot09 wrote:

Cause yesterday it sold out in about 2 hours.

Duh, I understand that!

My point is, its "out of stock"!
Pre-order is something you do before the camera is released!

NeilJones wrote:

Why not "out of stock"?

They had it "in stock" yesterday. Pre-order means they have not had it in stock yet!

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