Canon Vixia HF R800 Shut Off Screen Icons

Canon Vixia hf r800

Canon Vixia hf r800

I just purchased a Canon Vixia hf r800. We will be using this camera to display a live artists work on a screen. When we have the camera plugged into a TV, the icons show up. How do I shut the icons off so they don't display on the TV?

If this isn't possible, what is a better camera to use?


Thanks for your question about the Canon Vixia HF R800. I have no experience with Canon video cameras. Call Canon USA tomorrow . They will be very helpful. 1 (800) 652-2666

Good Luck,
Bruce

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