I've just checked the EXIF data of the four images. (Actually the video claims there are 5, but two of them are the same image, with one — or both?
— cropped). For some reason whoever made the video sees fit to scroll through it so fast as to make it almost unreadable, which is a bit suspicious
in itself, but I managed to get it.
Image 1 (file name ends 22508) . Time of original: 2010:08:15, 02:52:13. Time digitised: 2010:08:15, 03:19:56.
Image 2 (file name ends 36246). Time of original: 2010:08:15, 02:54:28. Time digitised: same.
Image 3 (file name ends 10072). Time of original: 2010:08:15, 02:55:13. Time digitised: same.
Image 4 (file name ends 32409). Time of original: 2010:08:15, 02:53:16. Time digitised: 2010:08:15, 03:11:31.
Image 5 (file name ends 23004). Time of original: 2010:08:15, 02:52:13. Time digitised: 2010:08:15, 07:10:54.
Several odd things here.
One: All images are dated 15 August 2010. OK, probably the camera clock hadn't been set properly.
Two: Although the witnesses supposedly watched the "UFO" for "more than an hour", all four photos were taken over a period of precisely three minutes.
The order of images was 1 (and 5 - see below), then 4, then 2, then 3.
Three: Images 1 and 5 are the same photograph, later cropped. Both of them are cropped versions. Image 1 was modified about 28 minutes after the
original photo was taken. Image 5 was cropped more than four hours after that same original image was taken. That isn't necessarily odd in itself,
Four: Where were these images modified? The modification dates tally with the (presumably false) 2010 date on the camera, which implies that they were
altered on the camera itself rather than, say, on a PC. Why?
Five: After taking the first photo of this UFO, they wait more than 1 minute before taking another. Why? And why did they only take four in total? I
would have been snapping away like mad.
My guess — and this is just a guess: they snapped the first photo, noticed the reflection and said "Hey, that looks like a UFO!", then experimented
with different angles of a desk lamp or something similar. A bit of fun that later went too far, hence why the "witnesses" want nothing to do with
edit on 6-7-2014 by Rob48 because: (no reason given)