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Canon PowerShot SX50 HS Digital Camera with 50x Ultra Wide Angle 24-1200mm Lens (12.1 MP, 50x Zoom) 2.8 inch Vari-angle LCD
Canon PowerShot SX50 HS Digital Camera with 50x Ultra Wide Angle 24-1200mm Lens (12.1 MP, 50x Zoom) 2.8 inch Vari-angle LCD
Offered by TODO! TODO!
Price: £299.99

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars SX50, 26 Feb 2013
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Excellent camera - does what it said on the Amazon discription. The x50 telephotos appears to be incredible (only had it a week) but I seem to be able to take photos at full digital zoom without any camera shake! Easy to use on Auto setting but with a whole host of features that were not available on my compact. It will require a bit of effort to learn the Cannon systems to get the best out of it. But so far I'm very impressed.


HP C9362EE#UUS 336 Inkjet Print Cartridge (5 ml) - Black
HP C9362EE#UUS 336 Inkjet Print Cartridge (5 ml) - Black
Price: £12.87

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Wrong cartridge but corrected by supplier, 11 Oct 2011
Initially I was sent the wrong cartridge by IJT - it looked similar to a 336 but would not work in my printer. Sent 2 emails to the supplier IJT and 1 to amazon. This all took about two weeks. After some time I got a response and a returns number and returned the item. I received a brand new 336 after a couple of days.

OK in the end but not sure why I was sent wrong cartridge in first place. It was a 132 or something looks exactly the same as 336 but would not work in my printer. Beware!


Revolution 1989: The Fall of the Soviet Empire
Revolution 1989: The Fall of the Soviet Empire
by Victor Sebestyen
Edition: Hardcover

5.0 out of 5 stars Living history, 3 Jun 2010
Revolution 1989 tells the story of six Eastern European states as they leave the Soviet Union and achieve independence. Each state, East Germany, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria has its own particular route; some are tragic, some violent, some bizarre and some comic. Victor Sebestyen has written in a clear, economical way that reads like a novel. Although the subject matter is complex and convoluted the book is easy to read and moves the story along at a good pace. Some of the tribulations of the citizens are tragic/comic to read - a combination of Orwell and Kafka - really scary. The reader will be relieved that they all escaped the Soviet yoke. Only one to go now!


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