One of the most difficult aspects of filming your own hunts is camera management when game is near. Sure, you can put your camera in one spot, zoom out for a wide field of view and call it good. But I’m betting, the more you video, the less you’ll like that look. Great video happens when you track the animal, fill the frame, and keep things smooth and in focus. But how do you do that when a buck you want to shoot is fast approaching? You need to get your bow ready. You have to adjust your feet. And you have to get the camera in position and lay down some footage. Sound tough? It is. But, again, with practice and forethought, it’s very doable.