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Hello,
I was asked to shoot a video at work yesterday using my Nikon D600. IT work but it could have been much better.

THe D600 had Live View which displays the video on the back of the camera. Way too small. THe camera has HDMI out. I would like to see the "live" video as I am recording displayed on my MBP (2011) IS this possible?

IT would be very helpful... and cool...

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The ElGato Game Capture HD would probably be worth a look - link.
I'd read up on it and send off a couple questions to ElGato prior to purchasing.

What you will need is a video capture device and most of the ones that will accept a HDMI input are going to run in the $250+ category (and most of them Windows only).

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