Connecting to HDMI devices
The camera can be connected to TVs, recorders, and other devices featuring HDMI connectors. Use a third-party HDMI cable (Type D). These items must be purchased separately. Always turn the camera off before connecting or disconnecting an HDMI cable.
|1||HDMI connector for connection to camera|
|2||HDMI connector for connection to external device*|
- Choose a cable with a connector that matches the connector on the HDMI device.
- After tuning the TV to the HDMI input channel, turn the camera on and press the K button to view pictures on the television screen.
- Audio playback volume can be adjusted using the controls on the TV. Camera controls cannot be used.
- If the camera is paired with a smart device running the SnapBridge app, the device can be used to control playback remotely while the camera is connected to a TV. See the SnapBridge app online help for details.
The camera can record video directly to connected HDMI recorders. Use the [HDMI] item in the setup menu to adjust settings for HDMI output. Some recorders will start and stop recording in response to camera controls.
Choose the format for images output to the HDMI device. If [Auto] is selected, the camera will automatically choose the appropriate format.
Adjust settings for connection to the HDMI device.
|[Output range]||The RGB video signal input range varies with the HDMI device. [Auto], which matches the output range to the HDMI device, is recommended in most situations. If the camera is unable to determine the correct RGB video signal output range for the HDMI device, you can choose from the following options:|
|[External recording control]||Choosing [On] allows camera controls to be used to start and stop recording when the camera is connected via HDMI to a third-party recorder that supports the Atomos Open Protocol.|
No HDMI output
If the video frame size and rate is set to 1920×1080 120p, 1920×1080 100p, or 1920×1080 slow-motion, HDMI output is not available.
If you zoom in on the display during video recording, the video being recorded will be displayed at 1:1 (100%) on HDMI devices. During video recording standby, if you set the frame size to 3840 × 2160 and zoom in on the display, the display on the HDMI devices will be at a frame size of 1920 × 1080.