Interesting to see it not bob and weave from point to point. I'm guessing that may be so because the cameras can't see anything to "avoid". And it's following the points as a breadcrumb trail via GPS.
Before, normally, the drone wouldn't even allow it to be flown when it detects it being too dark. I wonder if the new Keyframe feature bypasses that particular safety feature.
Bare branches in low light is a crash waiting to happen, I'm glad there's others willing to risk their drone for our viewing enjoyment. It wouldn't be the first crash we've seen on here for the same reasons.
What interesting (and a little concerning) is the SD2 will not avoid a person that is moving in it's path, we often ride in a group of motorcycles, I've seen it buzz my buddies more then once where they had to jump out of the way, like they weren't even there. Zero recognition or avoidance. At least one of those close passes was within 10" of another person's head. The victim laughed about it but I could tell it shook them up. It's a good thing to keep in mind.
I'll qualify that by saying nether of the two times it flew close to people they weren't identified as possible subjects (+ sign on the phone screen) so it didn't recognize them as people and both times they moved into the drone's OA circle, not the other way around.