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I would use three pieces of hardware for this task. A recording laptop. A device that allows you to input the HDMI to the recording laptop, aka, a frame grabber. An HDMI spliter. A recording laptop Any old laptop will do, really. It doesn't need super specs, like dedicated graphics, but you certainly want at least a mid-range machine. Like an Intel i5 ...


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Some DSLRs output HDMI video that does not meet full HDMI specifications. It is not unusual to find combinations of source and destination gear that is incompatible. The HDMI can be viewed on permissive screens (consumer TV receivers, etc.) but not on more professional gear that strictly adheres to the HDMI standard protocols.



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