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Canon L2 Hi-8 Analog Camcorder

Canon L2 Hi-8 Analog Camcorder
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3 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews of Canon L2 Hi-8 Analog Camcorder. The average rating for this product is 5.0/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other Camcorders for all reviews. People are impressed by the resolution and durability. The image quality and price also get good feedback.

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Canon L2 Hi-8 Analog Camcorder

 

The Cannon L1 and L2 cameras are among the best of the analog Hi8 systems available. the pictrure quality is excellent, significantly superior to standard definition broadcast TV and the features including a large complement of available lenses make it...

Excellent image quality and resolution. The large single CCD provides a picture quality that is nearly that of a standard definition three chip camera like the Canon Xl1. The versitile audio and video inputs and outputs premit the use of many external...

As this system ages the board mounted capacitors, begin to fail causing deterioration in performance and ultimate complete system failure. Fortunately there are repair shops that can fix the problem at relatively low cost.

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a great way into pro video

 

great video quality, durable, relatively inexpensive.Adaptable proven.

slightly poorer video than XL2 or other high end DV.may be broken

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a great way into pro video

 

I have been taking movies for about the last ten years. Using mostly 8mm. A few years ago i picked up a SONY IP5, it lasted about as long as the warranty, had horrible compatibility, but took decent movies and went everywhere with us, for its short ...

great video quality, durable, relatively inexpensive. Adaptable proven.

slightly poorer video than XL2 or other high end DV. may be broken

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