I feel as if this request might highlight a difference in style. Some backcountry folks LOVE campsites -- it's their reward after a long day of hiking, skiing, rafting, etc. Then there's folks like me, who think of campsites solely in terms of their utilitarian function -- a place to sleep. I don't spend much time there; the quality of the site is often compromised by finishing my day whenever it gets dark, regardless of where I happen to be; and I'm gone within about 15 minutes of waking up in the morning. The bottom line is that I don't end up with many photos or video clips of my campsites -- they're just not that important to me. (I must say, however, that I ended up with more photos/videos from AK than usual because there was 24 hours of daylight and darkness was not a prohibiting factor in using my camera when I arrived at camp.)
So, Mark, my direct response to you, then, is this: I'll try to record more of my campsites when there's a good opportunity, but because this doesn't happen naturally for me (relative to, say, taking videos of me "on the move") the product at the end probably won't be as good as someone who truly loves campsites could do.