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    Camera with Clean HDMI Output

    Hi everyone,

    I need recommendations for a mirrorless or DSLR with clean HDMI output for livestreaming our church service. The 1DX, 6D2, 60D and T3i we have we could not turn off the UI icons and the focusing square. We are using a webcam right now, a DSLR or mirrorless allows us to use telephoto lens. Our service is about 1.5 hrs max. We have a budget of $1000.

    Thanks everyone!

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    Camera with Clean HDMI Output

    Hey Nate

    I am not a video guy and have not done this myself, but the $850 M6 II is listed as having clean output on Bryan’s specifications page.

    I haves used it for video, and it works very well for my family activity type videos, IMO.

    Good luck
    Brant

    Edit: I should add, recording limit is 30 min. I know there are some cameras, like the GH5, that have longer record times, if that is a deciding factor.


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    This might not answer your question but it might help because it may not address the HDMI output.
    Canon has the EOS Webcam Utility Beta.
    I downloaded it form my 7D II and have been using it as a webcam. If you are already using a webcam you might be able to substitute one of your bodies for the webcam.
    It is listed for the 6D II on downloads at Canon's website.
    The problem you will have is battery power for an hour and a half.

    https://www.usa.canon.com/internet/p...vers_downloads

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    Thanks Brant and NiteHawk for the recommendation.

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