OK, I received f/w 1.3 with "slow motion function and enhanced low light function", so I took it out the box once more (probably going to sell it... PM me for details) and then made some screenshots from night recordings right of my appartment (with low light function ON), and compared it with my JooVuu X, cause that's the best one I have for night recordings until now.
I need to mention the video's in 1080/30 - 4K30 show a LOT of MOTION BLURR, the 1080/60 is fluent but way too dark.
Well, from what you can read in this thread, is that the LOW LIGHT performance is under par. It should do much better, considering the hardware, so having said that, the camera itself has good potential, hardwarewise, and everything works ok, let alone a few details, like time/date stamp doesn't work flawlessly, but those are just f/w bugs.
From my experience with L2, Foxeer does try to come up with bugfixes quickly, but this camera is more complex, it has Ambarella components, and from what I've heared, Ambarella does not share information very easy, not even with guys like Foxeer. Don't know why, but Amarella equipped camera's seem more difficult to get things completely right.
Anyway, Foxeer is not deaf to its customers, but don't expect wonderworks in the support area .....
This f/w has been there since some 6 weeks or so, and as you can see in the examples, it's not good enough for night recordings.... Otherwise I like the camera....
I've sold mine to a flyboy, doesn't fly at night anyway.
And I bought me a Runcam Split..... Yeah.. Should land soon, and I can't wait trying this thing everybody screems halleluja about..... Already got a box for it, so cheap, so simple you'd probably lypo..... Hahaha
Disappointing results. Clearly in the day the shutter speed is the issue. At night it's difficult to say as so many more variables, but it looks as if they've kept the electronic gain lower to avoid grain but at the expense of low light performance. The f2.8 lens is also going to restrict night performance somewhat.