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L-Link LL-CAM-123
L-Link LL-CAM-123
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L-Link LL-CAM-123 Camcorder

1.3MP CMOS 32GB 2" Aug 2013
Total Megapixels Sensor Type Maximum Memory Card Size Display Diagonal Release Date
Does not support HDMI
Very short battery life (max)
Quite small display diagonal

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Released Over Three Years Ago

This small total megapixels video camera has been on the market since August 2013.


Ports & Interfaces

Does Not Support HDMI

The LL-CAM-123 does not support HDMI, unlike most of the other video cameras of a comparable type and age to this camcorder.

We compared all the other camcorders which also support HDMI to this video camera and we think the Canon Vixia HF M40 which also has a higher rating is also worth considering.

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Battery

Very Short Battery Life (max)

At only 1.5 hours, the L-Link LL-CAM-123 has a fairly short battery life (max) compared to most of the other similar spec camcorders that have been on the market for around the same time as this video camera. Across all the similar spec camcorders that were launched around the same time as this video camera the battery life (max) range from 0.083h to 150h.

If you want a longer battery life (max) then you might want to look at the Legria HF R406 (1.75h and higher rated), or the Legria HF R66 (£269.99) (2.1h and higher rated) both from Canon.

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Storage

Very Small Maximum Memory Card Size

At only 32 gigabytes, the LL-CAM-123 has a quite small maximum memory card size compared to most of the other small total megapixels video cameras that are a comparable age to this video camera. Across all the similar spec camcorders that were released more than two years ago the maximum memory card sizes range from 8GB to 130GB, and the average maximum memory card size is 64GB.

Alternative 32GB maximum memory card size camcorders currently available which you might want to consider include because of its better review score, the Canon XF305 (£4,448.38).

Camcorders with a larger maximum memory card size that might be worth considering include the Canon Legria HF R406 (64GB) which is also higher rated.

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Display

Quite Small Display Diagonal

The LL-CAM-123 has one of the smaller display diagonals (only 2 inches) amongst comparable spec video cameras of this age. The average display diagonal of small total megapixels video cameras that came out more than two years ago is 2.9".

Video cameras with a larger display diagonal that might be worth looking at include the Transcend DrivePro 200 (£89.99) (2.4015761") which also has a higher rating.

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Has a Touchscreen

The L-Link LL-CAM-123 has a touchscreen, as do most of the other small total megapixels video cameras that have been around for a comparable time to this video camera.

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Flash

Does Not Have a Built-In Light

The LL-CAM-123 does not have a built-in light, although it is worth noting that most of the other video cameras of a comparable spec and age to this camcorder also do not have a built-in light.

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Does Not Have a Built-In Flash

The LL-CAM-123 does not have a built-in flash. Most of the other video cameras of this spec and age also do not have a built-in flash.

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Packaging Content

Has a Batteries Included

The LL-CAM-123 has a batteries included, as do most of the other video cameras that have been available for more than two years.

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Audio

Has a Built-In Microphone

The LL-CAM-123 has a built-in microphone, as do most of the other small total megapixels video cameras that have been around for around the same time as this video camera.

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Still Image

Only 2048 X 1536 Still Image Resolution

The LL-CAM-123 supports a maximum still image resolution of 2048 x 1536. That's 38% less still image resolution than a 2592 x 1944 video camera, which is the most frequently found still image resolution supported by camcorders that were released around the same time as this video camera. In addition, this video camera supports a still image resolution(s) of 1280 x 960. Across all camcorders of a similar spec and age to this camcorder the still image resolution ranges from 640 x 360 (worst) to 6016 x 4016 (best).

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Video

Only 640 X 480 Pixels Video Resolution

The LL-CAM-123 supports a 640 x 480 pixels video resolutions which is higher than most video cameras of this age and type. Most comparable spec video cameras that are a similar age to it support a 1920 x 1080 pixels video resolutions. This video camera also supports a video resolutions of 1280 x 720 pixels. The best video resolution of all similar spec camcorders that have been on the market for around the same time as this camcorder is 1920 x 1080 pixels and the worst is 640 x 360 pixels.

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Only 1280 X 720 Pixels Maximum Video Resolution

The L-Link LL-CAM-123 has a 1280 x 720 pixels maximum video resolution which is higher than most video cameras that were launched more than two years ago. Most video cameras of a similar spec and age to it have a 1920 x 1080 pixels maximum video resolution. The maximum video resolution of all video cameras of this spec and age ranges from 720 x 576 pixels (worst) to 1920 x 1080 pixels (best).

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Image Sensor

Quite Low Effective Megapixels (movie)

The effective megapixels (movie) of small total megapixels video cameras that were launched more than two years ago range from 0.41MP to 4.5MP, and the average effective megapixels (movie) is 2MP. With an effective megapixels (movie) of only 1.3 megapixels, the L-Link LL-CAM-123 has one of the lower effective megapixels (movie) amongst camcorders of this age.

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Quite High Effective Megapixels (image)

The lowest effective megapixels (image) of camcorders of a similar age and spec to this camcorder is 1.1MP and the highest is 16MP. With an effective megapixels (image) of 5 megapixels, the L-Link LL-CAM-123 has one of the higher effective megapixels (image) amongst comparable spec video cameras of this age.

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1.3 Megapixels Total Megapixels

This is a 1.3 megapixels sensor camcorder.

If this video camera total megapixels is not big enough for you then you might want to look at the Rollei S-30 (£78.99) (2MP and higher rated), or the HP F-500 (£39.51) (2.1MP and higher rated).

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Lens System

Very High Minimum Aperture Number

Across all the video cameras of a similar age and spec to this video camera the minimum aperture numbers range from 1.1 to 3.1, and the average minimum aperture number is 1.8. When compared to other camcorders that were released more than two years ago that we have assessed the minimum aperture number of, the L-Link LL-CAM-123's minimum aperture number of 3.1 is one of the highest.

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Product Identifiers

Barcodes 08436531365455

L-Link LL-CAM-123 Review Sources

To prepare this L-Link LL-CAM-123 review we compared this camcorder to 576 other models. For each camcorder that we compared, we collated thousands of pieces of information including technical specs, reviews, and prices. In total we analysed 139,208 product attributes, 23,752 camcorder reviews and 1,754,400 historical camcorder prices from 164 camcorder retailers. We then picked out the standout features of this camcorder compared to the other models as well as any areas where this camcorder is lacking.
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