Nikon recently released the Z50, a compact mirrorless camera that starts at under $900. The company is so confident that photographers will love their product that they’ve recently introduced the Yellow Program. Besides offering expedited shipping upon placing an order with the Nikon store, customers can try out the Z50 for up to 30 days, upon receiving the camera, and return it free of charge if they’re not satisfied with their purchase.

‘We’re so confident that you’ll fall in love with the photos and videos you’ll get with your new mirrorless Z50 camera, especially when compared to the ones you get with your smartphone, we’ll let you try one at home for 30 days. If you don’t fall in love, send it back to us for a full refund, including shipping,’ reads the introductory paragraph to the Yellow Program’s site.

According to Nikon, the Z50 is the smallest interchangeable lens DX-format camera on the market and the first mirrorless camera in the company’s Z series. It features a 20.9MP CMOS sensor, an EXPEED 6 processor that can capture imagery up to 11 fps, and can record 4K/30p video that is also capable of slow motion and time-lapse. It’s connectivity includes both WiFi and Bluetooth.

There are 3 options available for purchasing the Z50.

There are three ways the Z50 can be purchased: the Body Only Kit, which includes a battery, charger, and 16MB memory card, the One Lens Kit that also comes with a 16-50mm VR lens, and the Two Lens Kit which gives you both the 16-50mm VR lens plus a 50–250mm VR telephoto zoom lens. All three kits include free expedited shipping.

In order to receive the free 30-day trial, a purchase is required up front. The option to use PayPal, to pay the total fee in installments, is also available. A full refund will be administered, granted the camera and accessories are returned in their original condition. The promotion also includes the FTZ lens adapter that is required for those wanting to use NIKKOR lenses with the Z50. The Yellow Program will run through March 31, 2020.

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