Not really. Canon don’t want to be left holding any stock and will take fewer sales then possible to prevent that cost of money being tied up in stock that is a slow seller. As word gets out it is in short supply the price will go up, then as demand drops the price will come down.
Canon will expect that and it is the optimal way of them realizing the maximum they can from the lens. Don’t forget these big whites are made in the same place on the same production line in batches. It takes time and money to switch out the tooling so if they make another batch of 200 f2’s they have to not make something else, and I’m sure they feel capacity is best used making something else.
Yeah, actually that makes more sense. I wonder how much it would have to go up for them to think, "Looks like we unintentionally created a fad, maybe we can make some easy and quick money running off another 50 of these?" Though I wouldn't expect such a thing to happen in the market (much less have Canon decide to exploit it).