Hey folks. I've been trying to find a low-cost, easily implemented solution to a problem that I've been having, but there's precious little that I can find on the topic. I am looking to project video to room sizes varying from 100 to 400 people. The projection will be to a screen on stage and the video needs to be a live feed of the action currently happening on stage. That is, I'd like a video camera to be capturing the action of a stage show and piping it directly and live to a projector . The cameras that I have available all have firewire output and are MiniDV cams. I do not have a projector as of yet, though I'm looking for recommendations on that as well. My questions are as follows: 1.) Is it possible to send a live feed directly from a MiniDV, firewire output camera to a projector? I've seen some conversion boxes, and even a cable from Sony that looks like it will convert firewire to standard composite video, but this not being my area, I'm not sure of it all... I'd like to eliminate the need for anything like a computer in between the camera and projector. 2.) What inputs - given the above - should I realistically be looking for on a projector? 3.) What projectors - and specifically what low-cost projectors - might be able to do the job for me? How many ANSI lumens should I be looking for given the audience size. Lighting is controlled for and it can be relatively dark in the room while the projection is on. The quality overall need not be "stellar." I don't need any high def options or anything. So long as the general action is captured, projected and is generally visible I'm happy. I'm open to any and all information and suggestions. I've been trying to solve this for a while now but all the local electronics stores are clueless, and I'm not willing to make a $500 purchase on only a "hunch" that it might work. Thanks!