USPA has a recommendation that you should have 200 jumps before you jump with a camera, and that is an excellent recommendation. Skydivers MAY have enough experience at 200 jumps to do camera (although most do not) - but before 200 jumps it's pretty much a guaranteed bad idea.
There are some other indications that it's a bad idea to jump with a camera, and you may want to reconsider your decision to jump one:
1) You can't stand up all your landings but you have learned how to fall to protect the camera.
2) A lot of your videos from doing POV bigway video are of excellent funnels. You are positive you're not contributing to them but they always seem to happen near you.
3) You spend more time trying to figure out where to put your camera during the exit jamup than where to put your body.
4) You can't really remember the dive until you look at your own video.
5) You post stills from your video to Facebook before packing or debriefing.
6) While in the pattern you fly with your camera pointed at your friend's canopy.
If any of these happen to you, you may want to reconsider jumping with a camera - especially when you're not doing video, you're just a participant on the dive.