So. If we had a new camera we'd need an HDMI transmitter for it, no?
(Only $99 refurbished.)
Which would, in turn, require a micro HDMI to HDMI cable.
Now, of course, we'd need a camera like the Panasonic GH3 (which performs better in low-light but has a bit more aliasing and moire in some conditions than the GH2).
And a really bad ass lens.
(You can actually save a couple hundred bucks by getting that lens used.)
With, you know, a UV filter for the lens.
And spare batteries.
And a pair of SD cards.
And some sort of power supply for the transmitter.
Although honestly I don't know what the power draw on the transmitter is like. Surely this is overkill, no? And for that matter, how would we mount the battery and the transmitter? I'm inclined to just tape them to the handheld rig. I'm sure there's a more elegant solution.
Lastwise we need a monitor with HDMI inputs. I think I've bought three of these monitors so far. They work great: