Best tech bargains of the week: September 18

Pick up some great tech gear at bargain basement prices including a full HD camcorder, a wireless multifunction printer and a ultra-slim digital camera!

Canon PowerShot SX120 IS digital camera

RRP: $339; Bargain price: $339 (save $60)

Our review of the Canon PowerShot SX120 IS digital camera was completed just this week, and we absolutely love this it! It has a relatively small body, yet it comes with a big 10x zoom lens, and you get all the features that you need to make your photo taking experience a pleasant one. This includes optical image stabilisation, fast focusing, automatic and manual modes. Most importantly, it's easy to use. Because it's a new product, it doesn't mean that you can’t get a bargain price. In fact, it costs $339 from Digital Camera Warehouse which is $60 less than the recommended retail price, and best of all, it comes with Canon's '7 days to play' guarantee, This means you get seven activities to try with the camera within seven days. If you're not happy with the camera after you've had a play with it for one week, you can return it and get your money back!

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