To the extent that it can be told from a picture, probably "ceramic" coated if it's non-stick coated at all. Might just be seasoned carbon steel. It certainly shines like oil was applied, perhaps off-camera, but if not, that might be due to shiny ceramic.
However, the various black marks are more typical of stuff burnt onto a steel pan that shines due to oil than a clean enough to be shiny ceramic pan.
Odds are excellent that the oil you didn't see being added to the pan is in the batter - there are many tricks without even getting into the the ones requiring video editing. Plenty of folks can manage the "flipping pancakes" level of "non-stick" with a cast-iron pan. One aspect of that is making sure it's hot enough before the batter hits it. Oil in the batter is another.