Great video and awesome shooting. I see after everyone shot you display the yardage. Can I ask how your getting the yardage and is it before or after the shot? Thanks
Everything you see and hear besides the base image is added in video production. The Bering thermals (at least until the new LRF model releases) do not record audio or have a laser rangefinder. When you hear me whistle, say hey, gunshot, and comments on humidity and yardages are add added.
I get the yardages from many different ways. When I carry my cell phone, I have lots of different choices. I have an app, that I can press start and walk to the coyote, and it tells me the yardage. I also use ONXmaps at times and use the line tool and mark both locations. I have also marked both spots and measured it in Google Earth later. If all else fails, I pace off the coyote. Been doing this for 30 years, and know my paces and distances related to it. The yardages is to provide the viewer and idea of how large a coyote looks in my scope in relation to zoom and size.
As for is it before or after the shot, it is usually where the coyote is laying although I am showing it before the shot. If a coyote runs a distance, I factor that in as best as possible. When I am done with a stand, on my phone I have my calling location marked on OnXmaps. I write down in an app on my phone what sound or sounds I was using on the stand, the humidity, the distance, etc. When I get home, I take the GPS coordinates and all the other information and add it to a spreadsheet for each hunting season. Many times I edit the videos much later so having this information helps me recreate what happened.