When it comes to self-recording, simple is better, and operating a camera doesn't get much simpler than it does with the Tactacam. Attach this unit to a bow or gun, and start and stop recording with the push of a button. Or, if you're technologically savvy, the 5.0 model comes with a remote control, or you can take command with the Tactacam smartphone app. It records in 4K resolution, has a low-light sensor, and captures 360-degree audio. This camera truly shines tucked under the barrel of a shotgun or extending from the riser of your favorite bow. However, a word of caution—try to avoid camera convulsions. It's easy to get excited in the moment, forget you're filming, and point the business end of the camera in all sorts of directions. The result is a video that's barely viewable. Done poorly, you'll see the moments leading up to a shot, a tremor from the shot, and possibly a second or two of well-framed footage after the shot, before the film looks like earthquake footage. This style of camera is great for keeping your hands free and recording a first-person perspective, but if you aren't mindful about recording moments outside that window, expect to be nominated for a Golden Razzie.