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Overall Score

L-Link LL-CAM-123

A 4 year old 1.3MP camcorder with poor features and high running costs
1.3MP CMOS No No Aug 2013
Total Megapixels Sensor Type Image Stabilizer Interchangeable Lens Release Date

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L-Link LL-CAM-123 Review

Released 4 years ago, we have ranked the L-Link LL-CAM-123 number 569 across all camcorders.
23
Missing Some Features
35
4 Years Old
Overall Score
28
Mediocre

Why Has it Scored 28?

Canon video cameras have excellent reviews in general.
It is over 2 years old and it is likely that newer, better video cameras are available. View the latest camcorders 2017.
This camcorder is missing some features:
Very short battery life (max)
Only 1280 x 720 pixels maximum video resolution
Does not support HDMI
Very low effective megapixels (movie)

L-Link LL-CAM-123 Video Reviews


L-Link LL-CAM-123 In-Depth Analysis

Features

Very Short Battery Life (max)

The shortest battery life (max) of video cameras is 0.083h, the longest is 8,700h, and the average battery life (max) is 52h. The battery life (max) of the L-Link LL-CAM-123 of only 1.5h is in the shortest 20% of all video cameras when ranked by this feature.

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Only 1280 X 720 Pixels Maximum Video Resolution

The LL-CAM-123 has a maximum maximum video resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. That's 56% lower maximum video resolution than a 1920 x 1080 pixels video camera, which is the most frequently found resolution. The worst resolution of all camcorders is 320 x 240 pixels and the best is 6528 x 3672 pixels.

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Does Not Support HDMI

The LL-CAM-123 does not support HDMI, unlike most other camcorders. 67% of video cameras support HDMI.

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Very Low Effective Megapixels (movie)

The effective megapixels (movie) of the L-Link LL-CAM-123 of only 1.3MP is in the lowest 7% of all video cameras when sorted by this feature. The effective megapixels (movie) of camcorders range from 0.41MP to 5,100,000MP, and the average effective megapixels (movie) is 23,000MP.

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Quite High Minimum Aperture Number

The minimum aperture number of the L-Link LL-CAM-123 of 3.1 is fairly high compared to most other video cameras. It is in the highest 10% of all video cameras when sorted by this feature. The lowest minimum aperture number of video cameras is 1.1, the highest is 22, and the average minimum aperture number is 2.2.

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Does Not Have a Built-In Flash

The L-Link LL-CAM-123 does not have a built-in flash, although it is worth noting that 86% of video cameras also do not have a built-in flash.

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Quite Small Display Diagonal

The display diagonal of the L-Link LL-CAM-123 of only 2" is fairly small compared to most other camcorders. It is in the smallest 6% of all video cameras when ranked by this feature. Video cameras have display diagonals of between 0.24" and 11", and the average display diagonal is 3".

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Quite Small Total Megapixels

The smallest total megapixels of video cameras is 0.3MP, the biggest is 210MP, and the average total megapixels is 8.2MP. The total megapixels of the L-Link LL-CAM-123 of only 1.3MP is quite small compared to most other video cameras. It is in the smallest 5% of all video cameras when sorted by this feature.

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Very Small Maximum Memory Card Size

Across all the video cameras the maximum memory card sizes range from 2GB to 260GB, and the average maximum memory card size is 63GB. The maximum memory card size of the L-Link LL-CAM-123 of only 32GB is quite small compared to most other video cameras. It is in the smallest 26% of all video cameras when ordered by this feature.

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Age

Released Over Four Years Ago

This L-Link video camera has been on the market since August 2013.


Product Identifiers

Barcodes 08436531365455

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