In this case it's one guy with a camera in a virtually empty League Two ground on a non-matchday, so not really comparable for me. You've also got the likes of BBC's A View from a Terrace filming bits at matches across the tiers. Football exists as entertainment, so where do you draw the line?
Obviously clubs need to limit personnel, but there's a balance to be struck. It's also a time when fans are unable to watch games in person and may have very little else in their lives, so media coverage is more important to people than ever.
If every home club had the resources to produce a quality, unbiased representation of the match across all platforms (and it could be that they largely do in the Championship), then fair enough.
At our level, there's a lack of resources, issues with footage quality and an understandable tendency towards slightly biased edits and commentary. There's a noticeable reduction in live updates and other forms of coverage this season with media volunteers either not attending, or juggling competing demands of streaming. All this while people are stuck at home, many struggling with mental health, and relying on a stream which may be poor, or worse, not work at all.
For me that's enough reason to allow a couple of media volunteers from the away club.