I've been a bit busy since I got the AC90 and couldn't do any outdoor shooting until today. Unfortunately it was raining and so I decided to leave the house when it fully stopped but by the time I got to Boston, it was already getting very dark so I might as well turn this into a low light test. It was shot in 24p, shutter set to 24, white balance set to auto, picture mode was standard without any adjustments and gain set to 0 until the clip that you see at 2:01 in which the gain was very high. Basically gain is applied from that clip as well as the rest of the clips since not only was it getting slightly darker, I was also further from street lights. For regular shooting, it would have been best to have some gain in a lot of the first clips but I wanted to see how the detail is maintained by not using any gain. Yes the last clip might get you a little sick. When shooting in 24p and using a shutter of 24, as you can see, it helps with low light but it's best to not pan too quick and that clips shows you how bad it can get.

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