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If it was me, I would do some testing, first I would try putting a "action cam" like a GoPro or similar (eBay do some knock offs which are like £35) and attach it to a helmet or head strap to see if this is what is expected as this way the "actor" can act normally (looking around, shaking their heads, nodding etc) but in the end you might not like this style ...
A lot of it depends on your budget. Are you a low budget film or do you have some money to work with. Even renting can get expensive if it's a multi-day shoot. A dolly shot or stedicam seems to be the most obvious because you don't want the up-and-down motion that comes with walking with a camera (unless you are going for the hand-held style). A lot ...
Writing one yourself is never a good idea. If you're willing to pay, why not hire a lawyer? There are places on the net where you can find boilerplate, for example FilmContracts and FilmMakerIQ, but if there's real money involved your smartest move is to get local legal advice.
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