I see that GoPro has a refurbished Hero 5 Session tapeless micro-video camcorder on sale for $150 on their site. I'm half-seriously thinking about picking one up. I've waited several years before taking the leap into tapeless video recording. I already use an iPad Mini 32 GB, an Android smartphone with 128 GB, but have so far used them sparingly for photos or video. I shoot photos and video of many outdoor endeavors, including outdoor events, volunteer public trail work bees, trail hikes, etc. I do not really have a budget for it, but I thought about trying a discount GoPro as a "starter kit". The problem is, I have no idea what else a basic starter kit would need to be complete. I can't have a budget if I don't know what I'm budgeting for. Obviously any tapeless camcorder needs flash cards for recording. I'm assuming I would need to look for new hard drives to archive the footage. In order for this small video device to be useful, it would have to be attached either to someone (wearing it) or something (mounting it on a tripod, in a tree or on a vehicle). I would also need to come up with some kind of protective storage, both to keep things neat and organized, as well as to carry it in a self-contained kit in a backpack. What are my options for a starter kit? Anything I'm missing? Thanks in advance.