Besides being actionproof (waterproof, shockproof, freezeproof) and being thus far the only 4k consumer 360 camera to stitch videos in-camera, one of the reasons I like the Keymission 360 is its performance in low light. I’ve posted videos from a children’s birthday party which gave some indication of this low light video ability. I’ve also previously posted low light samples here and an informal low light photo comparison here.
You can see a larger version here. Please don’t forget to set the resolution to 4k!
Videographer Axel notes, “The quality is better than I expected.” I agree. As you can see, despite the low light in several of the scenes, there is hardly any noise, and there is reasonable amount of detail and dynamic range despite the most likely high ISO in these low light shots. (The actual ISO used cannot be controlled — one of the Keymission’s issues.)
Please note that Axel applied a +0.7 exposure compensation when shooting. That’s because the Keymission has an extremely conservative exposure and will underexpose intentionally to preserve highlights — see here. That’s why I’ve also been using a +0.7 exposure compensation.