I'd ask a professional to do this, with his professional equipment both for image and for sound.
Your boss doesn't ask his wife to make the lunch either, I suppose, but uses the professional service of the conference center.
My boss is hosting a live speaking event/conference that's going to be running from 9-5. The speaking parts are the only bits that need to be filmed, and the longest anyone will be on stage for is 1 hour 45 mins. Basically, he wants the event to be filmed but he wants a big 'professional' looking camera. I'm incredibly new to more professional type cameras and have only ever used DSLRs (Which I would used, but recording stops when the file reaches 4GB and it doesn't look 'big/professional' enough). I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations of the type of camera that I should be using, or possibly a camera that you could recommend I look into? I've done a bit of research and think something with a dual SD card slot is going to be the best, purely for the fact i'm going to need space for a lot of continuous recording.
Any help or any recommendations will be hugely appreciated!