posted on Aug, 7 2014 @ 07:23 AM
a reply to: snalesnot
Okay, don't dispare! This is good, and I'll tell you why:
A lot of times folks post their videos or pictures, and in many cases, they do not have a opportunity to recreate what they did the first time. Like
strange lights at night, something during a air flight, etc.
Because of how you did your first video, you were able to go back out and see if you could recreate the situation. Better yet: You were willing to,
and DID try it!
There are many people out that that would have refused. My respect level for you has gone up ten fold for doing this!
Okay, so the ball moves with the camera in your new video. That means it's certainly a flare or reflection artifact with the camera and the filter you
have on the camera (still cool looking photography by the way).
So why didn't it seem to move like that in the first video? Well, there could be a multitude of reasons: angle of the camera was slightly different,
in the first video when you zoomed in, you held the camera pretty steady, so it may have been very small movements that my eyes (and some others) have
a hard time detecting.
In any case: you came here to ATS with your first video, asked us to look at it and come up with some explanations. You were asked to try and recreate
the conditions and video again, and you were more than willing to do so. That's more than a lot of people here in the UFO forums can say they've
So my hat is off to you! Thanks for giving us something new to look at, and thanks for trying to recreate it.
edit on 7-8-2014 by eriktheawful because: (no reason given)