I have seen on tv and other videos how well these nocks show up. Just curious from those that have used them, do they actually help with 'knowing' where your shot landed in 'real time'? Unfortunately, I cannot afford at this time a camera to film my hunts. Would be nice to be able to record the shot and then go back and view it over again. Without a camera, I cannot do that. So, my question is, at the time of the shot, do lighted nocks allow the archer to see exactly where your shot connected? Obviously, in low light situations, I can see where it would help. But what about later in the morning or early in the afternoon. When you have more sunlight?