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Re: Does anyone know if the Canon EOS M3 offers clean HDMI out?

We did a shoot today with two cameras, one recording internally and the other recording on an Atomos.   The atomos footage came out with a darker exposure, but post production we adjusted it. The two results are very similar, but it does look like the Atomos has a little more data,  and I am guessing that with postproduction work the Atomos footage will come out a little better.   Pixels that were blown out on the camera recording seem were not blown out on the Atomos.    

 

But....The issue we have now is that the camera LCD screen on the Canon EOS M3 shuts off at 3 minutes (that is the longest setting possible).  When the camera LCD shuts off, the HDMI shuts off.   Then the Atomos says "no input detected".   Hence, we are limited to recordings of 3 mintues.   If we turn the LCD back up, by pressing the shutter button, an overlay appears.  In any case, the whole purpose of having this Atomos recorder was to mount the camera in a place where we can't  reach it.

 

So we are at  an impass.   Any advise?  Chris

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Re: Does anyone know if the Canon EOS M3 offers clean HDMI out?

Unfortunately I have no advice to help you. The infromation you gave is very helpful for me since it pretty much rules out the M3 as an option for my intended usage.

I am not aware of any hacked firmware versions for the EOS M3, but there might some that I don't know of?
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