Is the Elgato HD60S Plus an alternative to the Cam Link for DSLR Live Streaming? Products in this video affiliate Links:

Elgato HD60 S+ 1080p60 HDR10 Game Capture Capture with 4K60 HDR10 Zero-Lag Passthrough, Ultra-Low Technology, Black:

Canon EOS 80D Digital SLR 24.2 MP Camera Body Only with APS-C Sensor, 7 fps, Dual Pixel CMOS AF – Black:

Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L ll USM Zoom Lens for Canon EF Mount:

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How to use your DSLR Camera as a Webcam using Elgato HD60s Plus for Live Streaming?

Is the Elgato HD60S Plus an alternative to the Cam Link for DSLR Live Streaming?

How to use your DSLR Camera as a Webcam – Time codes:

00:00 – Intro.

01:04 – What cables you need to connect the camera to the Elgato HD60s plus.

02:09 – Using a power supply for your camera for continuous power.

02:45 – Connecting the camera to your iMac (or PC).

05:46 – How to connect your camera footage to OBS on your computer.

07:24 – Conclusion

In this video we are looking at how to use the Elgato HD60s plus capture card to connect your DSLR camera to your Mac or PC so you can use it as a webcam. This method can be an alternative to using the Elgato Cam Link 4K product if you need a device to connect your camera to your computer for live streaming or gaming online when you need a face camera for your broadcast.

If you are doing live broadcasts you might want a better quality broadcast than the standard webcam look.

We will look at how to connect the camera to an iMac (in this video we use the Canon 80D camera), and how to set up the video feed using OBS (Open Broadcaster Software).


My Filmmaking gear:

iMac Retina 5K 27-Inch:
Canon 80D:
Rode Video Mic Pro Plus:

My Choice Of Audio Solutions:

RØDE PodMic Dynamic Podcasting Microphone:
Rode NT-USB Microphone:
Rode RODECASTER PRO Integrated Podcast Production Console:
Zoom H4n Pro Handy Recorder:

Live Streaming Setups:

Gaming Broadcasts

Sony PlayStation 4 1TB Console – Black:
Sony Playstation Camera V2:
Elgato HD60s Plus Capture Card:

Elgato Cam Link 4K – Broadcast live and record via DSLR, camcorder, or action cam in 1080p60 or 4K at 30 fps, compact HDMI capture device, USB 3.0:
Elgato Key Light, Professional Studio LED Panel with 2800 lumens, Colour Adjustable, App-Enabled, for PC and Mac, Metal Desk Mount:

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