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By Keith Wagstaff

You're ready to pop the question. The problem? You want to capture it on video, but you don't want to hire a creepy dude to sit hidden in a bush with a camera.

Well, you could rent a Ring Cam, an engagement ring box that features a camera and microphone. The wide-angle lens guarantees you'll get footage of your future husband or wife reacting — hopefully with glee.

Customers can rent the Ring Cam for $99. Then all they need to do is hit record, propose, and pop the engagement box back in the mail. For $199, Ring Cam will also edit the footage with the couple's favorite snapshots spliced in.

If someone is feeling flush and very, very confident that their partner will say yes, they can order the $1,499.99 complete package, which includes a photographer who will take pictures of the proposal that is already being recorded with a video camera.

Is a box-shaped video camera as impressive as a hand-built jewelry armoire with an engagement ring hidden inside of it? Probably not, but only one of those options allows you to share your proposal on YouTube.

This article was originally published Mar. 19, 2015 at 4:54 p.m. ET.