Can you guess which 360 camera was used for this low light 360 music video? Please note: it’s NSFW-ish.
The official 360 music video for Snake Charmer with Ruby Chase is set in low light, with red lamps. See how Rave Train pulled it off:
As you saw from the music video, performers had to be close to the camera, they could not use a professional 360 camera rig such as an Insta360 Pro, Z Cam, or GoPro Omni. Instead, they had to use a small camera. The camera they used was…
… Nikon Keymission 360.
This may come as a surprise to some or even many readers because of the negative comments about the Keymission. To be fair, its connectivity is bad, but the image quality itself is not bad at all. In addition, the Keymission shoots at 24fps (did you notice?), and the slightly slower framerate theoretically allows a slightly slower shutter speed. Hugh also used noise reduction software. I’ve tried it in low light as well and I found it performed quite well. Check out my review which has some low light samples, and also have a look at my Nikon Keymission 360 resource page.
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