It really depends on what you are able to spend on camera equipment. So I'm not sure what you want to spend. With that said, if you just want a decent camera, I'd recommend a Sony Handicam or one of the Smaller Canon video cameras. I have a whole arsenal of cameras and equipment. I still use Sony Handicams CX220 and a CX240 from time to time. My main camera is a Canon HF G30, tho.
One of the cameras I find that I really use a lot is my Go Pro Hero 7 Black. I love that camera. Great for interview style footage and worn on a headband to capture the action.
I also recommend a gun mounted camera of some sort, if you want the ability to capture the actual shot almost every time. I use a ShotKam or a Tactacam.
If you want your videos to be entertaining to others, you'll want an editing program to trim unwanted footage and blend clips together. I use Power Director 16, but there are lots of other programs out there.
As you can see, there is some money involved in starting this hobby. It becomes addictive, especially if you start posting stuff on YouTube.
I'd start with a smaller Sony Handicam or Canon camera and see how you like it, before investing more money. I picked up a used, new looking Sony Handicam CX240 for ebay for about $75.
Here is a video, from my YouTube channel, with various clips from different cameras, including trail cameras, showing different ways I use or get footage to make videos. This also shows how editing helps make the video entertaining.