I've recently gotten an intern job at an advertising company. My boss wants to use a MacBook Pro as an on-site monitor when he's out shooting films with his Sony NEX-FS700 videocamera. I tried using the HDMI-port on the MacBook but soon found out it was an output and couldn't be used. I've searched some on the internet, but the only way to use the HDMI is to invest in expensive extra gear. The LCD-display on the camera is too small. We do have an extra monitor from Sony called CLM-V55 but it's a bit small too. What we really want is to take the MacBook Pro with us on shoots, hook it up to the camera one way or another and get a live view from the camera on the display on the MacBook. That way it's easier to check if the lighting is fine or if the focus on the camera is set correctly. What is the best way to achieve this? Do we need to invest in any extra cables/software/hardware? We do have Adobe Premiere available, any extra functions on this program we can use? I thought that this would be easy enough, but I can't really find anything to help me.