This is what the Solvid guys are using and I just received one for my birthday.
Comes with many different options for connecting it to other stuff.
Basically it's a lesser version of a GoPro but Youtube tutorials/Reviews show a sound working product.
I slipped an SD card into it. Set it up to default to slo-mo 1080p. I plan to use the bicycle attachment and fit it to my stabilizer. Going to shoot with it tonight when I get to camp.
Overall it seems like it won't impact my setup an it's easy to turn on and get filming.
I got to playing with it over the weekend. I decided that the filming bow shots, it is best set to 720P with 120fps (frames per second). This should give me the best options for slowing down the video and seeing a deer's reaction to a shot. Maybe even catching an arrow in flight. I was a bit rushed getting this setup and getting out hunting so I shot a few times under different settings and I was just formatting the SD (not even thinking of saving the files for later).
It has 4K @30fps, 2.7K@30, 1080p@60, 1080p@30 and 720p@120. I opted for 720P with 120fps which is a lower resolution in order to have more frames per second to MAYBE see arrow flight. I didn't save a recording with this option (crap!). My plan is to use an SD reader and view the video on my phone slowing the video down to see arrow impact (maybe) and deer reaction after a shot.
I ended up with better settings than what I have in this video. I set the image stabilization (on) and do my best to angle the camera so that it will have the target in view. I did notice after a couple of shots at my target that the camera angle changed (upward). That should NOT be a problem in the woods but it's something I saw. Attaching it to my stabilizer was easy and the camera has an "upside down mode" for just this type of attachment. Of course that means all of the buttons on the side and front are now in a different place but I used the wrist strap buttons to record and the button on the front to turn it on (you have to hold it down for like 2 seconds). NOTE: There are no touch screen options on the camera that I have.
I've never done a youtube upload so I gave it a shot here (it's worth noting Youtube players don't zoom as well - my purposes are to use an SD reader on my phone. Using MX player allows me to slow the video speed down to like 10% and zoom in). This video is a single arrow, so the video is short. As I mentioned, I was trying to get out to the woods. The file sizes when recorded were not huge for what i'm using this for. I think about 90 seconds was 150MB if I recall.
NOTE: This video was likely a 720p shot in slo-mo but at 60fps without Image stabilization. So it' s a little jerky. Sorry I don't recall how I actually had this setup. I also turned the date/time stamp off later. I should have used a lighted knock too. I hit just to the left of the center dot. You can see the arrow at the top of the screen before I draw back.