Description: Invited to drone a Halloween Party! Had just finished up a 65mm 2s Tiny Whoop HD build to try at this event (photo of build at end of the clip). I admit the Runcam Split Nano 3 did quite well in the low light situation for what it is. Compared to another build i had with the Caddx Turtle v2 which at the past party i brought that to, looked a lot more muddy compared to the Runcam. On defaults, the Runcam was brighter, i think it must auto bump the iso quite high, there was a lot of noise I had to post process out. The size and weight of this build meant it was a lot easier to get around, almost un-noticed in the club environment but it's still shallow FOV meant it was still hard to maneuver the tight spaces at times. ...I definitely found an AIO fpv cameras meant for whoops a lot easier to fly despite the advertised 165 deg fov of the runcam. It is also not an easy build to keep level. You can see a lot of roll movements and I guess that's due to the position of where the camera is up high and tiny frame and prop size. Loaded Emuflight on the flight controller as it seems to give the least amount of jitter in the footage but that being said stabilization was still needed in post processing. I had tried Betaflight 4.1 but RC6, may revisit the official 4.1 release and see how well it does with that. There's always that stare of wonderment when the crowd sees this tiny little drone flying around the club. The last venue the main challenge was the fans blowing me all over the place. This venue had no fans but it was a lot of low hanging lights and that projector had me flying straight-up blind when i flew in front of it! A few close calls as seen in the blooper, my fault though. Flew too close to hands just as the beat dropped...luckily it didn't get stomped. Big thank you to the GFWevents crew for the invite, it's another drone footage in the books!