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  1. [TABLE=width: 99%, align: left] [TR] [TD=width: 1%][/TD] [TD]Hi, I make music videos for a living, using dslr camera's. I want to expand to a few new gig's such as broadcasting a live event... we will only have one camera and 4 tv's and evertything will be connected by a Teradek BOLT. My question is.... when i stream from my dslr VIA a hdmi to a tv on my tv screen I have all the settings on the screen from my menu.. ISO, Fstop, Battery life, etc etc.... I called cannon and they said my camera can not stream with out anything on the screen... I was able to take everything away expect the focal rings.. so on the TV you would see all the Focal Points.. so i am going to get a broadcasting camera for this GIG... what camera should i get that is able to stream live video with out any of these settings info on the sides... is it just dslr's that have this problem? is this a easy fix with a high quality broadcasting camera? is it in the settings to turn this stuff off?? I still dont know what camera to get either so if you have any ideas i would be happy to know.. thank you very very much for your time and help[/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE]
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