Perhaps something like a Phase One or Nikon D4 or D5 could come close but even great cameras simply dont have enough range to pickup a fully lit subject, high or low beam, and all the detail surrounding it in an otherwise dark situation. It will all come out mostly black. Ask any wedding photographer about the importance of dynamic range and iso. What's going to happen with a camera is it will see the fully lit area and consider that the point to expose to and lose most of the surrounding detail. Digital cameras also gather light better at the high end of the exposure in the scene than the low end. This makes the dark areas very grainy or simply just black. The only way to know in a scene like this is to be there with the human eye.