01-08-2020 08:48 AM
Hi everyone, I am a photography teacher and am trying to film a segment of a course that requires me to show the actual screen of the camera. I know with Sony cameras you can record the screen using an Atomos Ninja but was wondering if this was the same thing with the EOS-R before buying the Ninja
01-08-2020 01:08 PM
Since you're a teacher and making instructional material, do you just need the image on the screen, or do you also need to record menus or other image info overlaid on the screen?
01-09-2020 02:07 PM
Ooooof . . . I suspect that the camera's HDMI output might only be the streaming image. You're wanting to add another whole layer of screen info on top of that. I'm thinking someone else on here will know if there's another possible workaround or not.
How about scrolling thru the menus and looking for ways to turn some of the shooting information displays on or off. But that may still only affect what you see on the camera's LCD and not what's fed to the HDMI output jack.
01-09-2020 08:06 PM
By pressing the <INFO> button on the back of the camera one can change the displays that are output from the camera. That will give you all the options available for output on this model.
03-16-2020 09:03 AM
Thanks for the update. You might message the OP with this information in case he's still having issues getting the desired results. Or maybe someone else will come by searching for the same info.
It's hard to tell from your picture, but did this require any additional software or hardware?
This obviously shows one of the camera menus on your monitor. Will it also display an image with the overlaid shooting information?