I'd like to make an instructional video clip of how I shoot weddings.
I want to be able to record what I see in the viewfinder while shooting, so that I can use that footage in the instructional video. Ideally, as I see it when looking through, including the ISO, shutter, aperture and exposure meter, subject and focus points.
This should be done on either a Pro Canon or Nikon FF body.
Any idea how this could be achieved? I've looked at the LCD viewfinders, the Aputure Gigtube and a few others but nothing really makes sense for my situation?
Ideally, I can imagine a recording device that clips over the optical viewfinder, records to memory and has a digital viewfinder behind for me to look into while I shoot, effectively replacing the optical viewfinder with a digital one that has a recording live view feed.
I do not want to use the LCD screen at the back for a viewfinder.
Any suggestions welcome!