During the Democratic convention of '68, news cameramen filmed the riots outside with their 16mm cameras, often getting good exposure because most of the rioting and protests were during the day.
With the change in the way riots and protests happen these days, I'm wondering if 500T would be usable for shooting during night time protests, riots and looting and people burning down their own neighbourhoods. Only available light could be used, especially if trying to keep a low profile during the going-ons.
Tempted to go with Tri-X to make things less muddy but that only goes at ASA 400. Although, only 32 footcandles are required at f/2.
During the Watts riots of 65, the only usable night shots were those where the cameramen were able to use Sun Guns attached to the camera.
Here 12 minutes in, you see night footage after the usual looting and gunfire:
Filming at night back then left a lot to the imagination.