I've seen a lot of fun videos of cameras mounted on dogs retrieving, etc. and they're pretty entertaining. However, I've stumbled onto a way to educate the human component of the team using one (if somebody has already done this, my apologies ).
I have a client just learning to handle on blinds, and he's struggling. I came up with this to help him see what his dog sees when he is handling. And I'm thinking I'll use this myself as well at some point, just to get the perspective, and I know I'll learn something every time. I mounted the camera on the dog, and while it does make me a little dizzy to watch when the dog spins around on the whistle sit it also gives a really cool perspective of what the dog sees when you handle. Everything from what you look like against the background to how your movements are seen by the dog to how the cover and terrain changes things...and it looks a lot different than I thought it would.
Unfortunately, I can't share the video...client is a little shy about going public. But I'm thinking it's worth a try, and will report back as time permits.