This is a capture from Blair's Nikon D-90 with my Nikon 35mm f1.4 lens. The amount of light is very very low here. This looks to me to be about a stop or so above what my eyes were seeing at the time.
The problem with the D90 is that it thinks it knows better than you what the ISO and the shutter should be when you're shooting video. It doesn't. But there's no way for you to manually set the shutter and ISO when shooting video. The only way to do that, apparently, is to swing the camera around until it sets the shutter and ISO to where you want it and then to hit the lock button. Sheesh. Otherwise the shutter (and/or ISO) will change during the scene.
Well, really annoying/depressing news on the Alien Uprising front: the U.S. distributor's lab Q.C. rejected the picture. Some of the items on the punch list I don't understand ("chroma lag on vertical bars") some of them are just stupid ("Reference Tones are set at +8dB" -- that's just stupid, it's digital -- the signal can't be more than 0dB. But video engineers are inherently stupid when it comes to audio so they just don't know that. Obviously they're looking at an analog meter). But yeah, now that I look at it on a scope there are some points where we slip below 7.5 IRE (I have trouble seeing how we go above 110 IRE anywhere, but I can't meter that anyway so maybe it did.)
How, all this time, have I missed Charlie the Unicorn?