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Recording your hunts #8114054 01/04/21 01:29 AM
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So, next season I am looking to be recording my hunts. I don’t care to have anything expensive or extravagant. Something simple, easy to use and good video to record. I want to be able to look back on my hunts plus be able to use them to see shot placement. I have looked at go pro and Tatacam. I am undecided on wanting to attach something to my bow or keep it stable and mount to my stand or on the tree. I use a tree stand mostly but will be adding a box blind this coming up season.
Thank you for you suggestions and advice

Re: Recording your hunts [Re: antvan85] #8114432 01/04/21 01:45 PM
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One of my friends uses a go pro he mounts to himself and then a digital camera mounted to the tree/blind he’s in aimed at the feeder or area the deer/hogs are at. So go pro catches his view and digital camera catches the impact.


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Re: Recording your hunts [Re: antvan85] #8115148 01/04/21 10:27 PM
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I might get a go pro too

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