Melville, NY—Nikon recently launched the Z 5, its latest full-frame mirrorless camera. Now, Nikon is bringing back its Yellow program for a limited time. Subsequently, via the Nikon Z 5 Yellow program, from now until November 30, consumers can try a Nikon Z 5 risk free for 30 days.
Moreover, if they don’t fall in love with it, they can simply return the camera for a full refund, including shipping. The trial also includes support from Nikon, with ideas to spark creativity and get inspired; along with weekly educational tips and access to the Nikon team to answer questions regarding the Z 5.
The Nikon Z 5 is billed as an ideal companion during any creative endeavor. The entry-level mirrorless ILC (interchangeable-lens camera) is a solution for street photography as well as for capturing expansive landscapes, portraits or video.
“There are thousands of camera users who are considering upgrading to a compact full-frame mirrorless camera that is perfect for a fast-paced and creative lifestyle. Yellow allows them to do just that, in a worry-free way. We’re so confident they’ll enjoy using the Z 5 that we are letting customers try it for 30 days; and if they don’t fall in love with it, they can just send it back. We’re excited to see what people will create with this fantastic full-frame mirrorless camera,” said Jay Vannatter, executive vice president, Nikon Inc.
Nikon Z 5 Yellow Program
The Yellow program is available in the United States online through the Nikon Store. Customers can receive expedited shipping on a variety of kit configurations. The kits include bundles with the ultracompact Nikkor Z 24–50mm lens as well as the Nikkor Z 24–200mm telephoto lens to get closer to the action. Moreover, for those looking to use any of the approximately 360 compatible F-mount Nikkor lenses with the Z 5, the Mount Adapter FTZ (retailing for $49.95 when purchased with the camera) can be combined with this offer.
For complete information on the Nikon Z 5 Yellow program, including full instructions, terms and conditions, visit www.nikonusa.com/yellow.
Though an entry-level camera, the Nikon Z 5 inherits features from the Z 7 and Z 6 and leverages Nikon’s next-generation Z mount. Furthermore, its feature set comprises a 24.3-megapixel full-frame sensor; dual memory card slots; and in-camera vibration reduction (VR) image stabilization. Along with high-res images, it captures 4K UHD video. In addition, it offers a balance of automation and full manual controls.
Notable is the camera’s high-performance autofocus (AF) system. It locks onto and tracks subjects throughout the frame; it also employs Eye-Detection AF technology for humans, cats and dogs.
The Nikon Z 5 is available in various kits with the following suggested retail prices: body only, $1,399.95; a one-lens kit with the Nikkor Z 24–50mm f/4–6.3 lens, $1,699.95; a one-lens kit with the Nikkor Z 24–200mm f/4–6.3 VR lens, $2,199.95.