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Looking for Camcorder for Woodworking Club Demonstrations

Looking for a HD Video Camcorder that we can use to record woodworking demonstrations to upload to YouTube but also have the ability to output real-time during the demonstration to a OH projector via HDMI. Most cameras I have tried this with will output to the projector exactly what is being seen on the camcorder display which includes all the operator info like battery life, zoom, etc. etc. I only want to see on the projector screen what is being recorded WITHOUT all the operator info being projected. Any suggestions? Budget is about $500 max

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Time to call the makers.

1800SAMSUNG (USA), if not samsung.com for the number.
1-800-385-2155 (USA). and canon.com for other country numbers.

That should get particulars about the video out versus the screen.

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Panasonic HC-V770

I do know that the 750/770 will output on HDMI while recording. I have the 750 and I use both HDMI into my TV and A/V into a monitor while filming. The HDMI gives a clear picture without operator information shown but this option is a function within the menu

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