« on: August 28, 2014, 07:30:26 AM »
What about the Sony Mavica? Released in 1981, it has a more traditional DSLR look. Some versions even used Canon lenses.
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Only a lawyer can advise you of the law and your options, but just because something is printed on a piece of paper doesn't make it legal or enforceable.Over here it generally does. I know a bit about Australian law - certainly more than I do about cameras (I did a law degree a few years ago - I'm a bushranger by trade and a little bit of legal knowledge comes in handy.). Over here, it's pretty settled that as long as the conditions are bought to your attention before you purchase the ticket then the terms are valid. (Otherwise, what's the point of contracts?)
But the XT1 doesn't meet your criteria ... it's not full frame.
Personally if someone showed up and wanted to run an executable on my computer, they'd be shown the door.