Special effects shots have been created to simulate an arrow's eye view as it soars towards its target, but until recently this shot was extremely difficult to create with an actual video camera.
Now cameras are smaller and lighter than ever and can be attached to most anything, so Niko Pueringer of Corridor Digital mounted a GoPro on the end of an arrow and started shooting them at his friend Wren Weichman. (Skip to around 4:30 to see arrow camera segment)
It's interesting to see how straight the flexible arrow flies even though it has a GoPro strapped to the front of it, but I don't think this practical camera shot will replace the digital version anytime soon.
-Via Laughing Squid