We are in the a slightly gritty future. There is space travel, but technology is reasonable. People still shoot bullets and not lasers. Vehicles are powered by nuclear reactors and not magic space batteries. More MechWarrior or Dune, less StarTrek.
Let's assume that all the tech is advanced, but does not use any new physics, and should not feel like magic.
We have a sniper rifle with some advanced optics. There is a split live feed, one going to the shooter, the other being recorded by a video camera.
The shooter lines up the cross hairs and pulls the trigger. He is firing from maybe 1 mile away. Completely within modern range. There is recoil on the rifle. It maybe can be suppressed in some way by future tech, but nothing that we could not imagine building today. The gun fires and the bullet exits the rifle. At modern speeds it would take over a second to hit the target. Also I would expect the rifle to be knocked way out of position, for the optics to not even closely be looking the right way when the bullet hits.
The question. Is it possible without crazy future technology like inertial dampeners for a mobile sniper rifle that is at most just on a tripod to record the kill through the scope's camera?
For anyone talking about spotters or the like. My situation is a Battle battle royale PubG situation. The sniper is alone hoping to survive through his skill. There is an audience watching through his scope. They want to see the blood, violence, and the bullet hit the target.