Do us all a favor.
For all of us watching your YouTube videos, please get a decent camera.
I'm not picky, man. I'll watch your off-roading highlight video set to Godsmack. I'll sit through 12+ minutes of hunting footage that ends in a missed shot and a deer bounding over the hill, unharmed. I'll even bear with your laborious and unedited instructional video on how to properly trap marmots.
But please, please, please get yourself a decent camera.
You don't have to break the bank. You're taking this thing outdoors, after all; it's not like you want a DSLR out there and exposed to the elements. But you should totally grab something like this Midland Sports Camo Action Camera. It shoots in 480p SD Resolution, it's got a wide angle lens, it's easy to use even when you're wearing gloves. You can mount it on handlebars, a visor, a tree, even your bow. All you need is two AAA batteries to run it, and it's basically plug and play as far as uploading videos via the USB cable.
It's a pretty good camera, is what I'm saying. And it's going to save me the trouble of trying to figure out which pixel is the turkey you're hunting, which blurry humanoid is talking about building a dirt ramp for your four-wheeler, or what all that noise was supposed to be before the audio glitched out.
I've got a lot of time, man. I'm going to fill it with videos. The least you can do is make 'em decent.