Here is a day time video from mine of my son's first deer this year. I really like it. Makes filming easy. Also connect to the app and you can view what is seen thru the scope in real time and record at the same time. Great training aide as well!
One down fall is that it take about 1/2 away from your eye relief, so if you have a tight eye relief already you may have to re mount your scope forward. I have NOT had to do that on any of my scopes, but I have heard of it happening.
It does take away A LITTLE bit of light from your scope so at first light you may have to wait an extra 5-10 mins for more shooting light to shoot. But this was only on the Burris Eliminator III as that scope already uses a little light for the built in laser range finder. My regular Burris scope I did not notice much difference.
It also does well at night with lights.. See second video...