Canon has expanded its list of products that are in short supply to encompass both lenses it revealed this week and the newly-announced EOS R3. In a notice spotted by by Canon Rumors, Canon Japan has published an apology that now includes seventeen total products that \u201creceived more orders than expected\u201d and will be in short supply globally. Below is the notice that was published on Canon\u2019s Japanese website, translated into English: We have received more orders than expected for each of the following products, and it will take some time before delivery. We thank you for your many orders and apologize for any inconvenience caused to our customers. Thank you kindly look forward for your understanding. The notice was originally published in July and included several new lenses but was updated this week to include the EOS R3, the RF100-400mm f\/5.6-8, and the RF16mm f\/2.8 STM \u2014 the major products announced during the EOS R3 reveal. The list also includes the new accessories that were developed specifically for Canon\u2019s redesigned hot shoe found on the R3. Below is the full list of products that are listed as taking some time before delivery: RF100-500mm F4.5-7.1 IS USM RF100mm F2.8 L MACRO IS USM RF400mm F2.8 L IS USM RF600mm F4 L IS USM Ring type tripod mount E (B) RF14-35mm F4 L IS USM EOS R3 Eye cup ER-h Eye cup ER-hE Strap ER-L1 RF100-400mm F5.6-8 IS USM RF16mm F2.8 STM Lens hood EW-65C Multi-accessory shoe adapter AD-E1 Speedlight transmitter ST-E10 Multi-accessory shoe directional stereo microphone DM-E1D Multi-accessory shoe Smartphone link adapter AD-P1 The new products like Canon\u2019s super telephoto or wide-angle 16mm are currently listed as ready to ship on October 14. However, given this announcement from Canon Japan, it is very unlikely that customers can expect the product to ship out to everyone on that date. The silicon shortage brought on by the coronavirus pandemic has affected the production of electronics across the board, ranging from automobiles to computers. While Sony, Nikon, and Canon have all released some kind of apology or notice about the scarcity of new product availability, none have specifically attributed it to the low supply of parts, however. Instead, most of the public notices published by camera manufacturers cite greater demand than was anticipated. It is unclear how long it will be before manufacturers are able to ramp production back to pre-pandemic levels.