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He said he thought the object was hovering and giving off light beams. The original photo here is a polaroid, and not of the best quality, however the witness is going to provide the original which will be scanned in high resolution and will be updated if the quality is better.
The object was visible for about 5 minutes and was hovering. The witness thought that it could have been only 200 feet off of the ground. The object then streaked away towards Badger Pass and was gone in 2 seconds!
originally posted by: butcherguy
originally posted by: gortex
Looks like an aircraft HUD to me , I think the story is suspect , who on Earth uses a polaroid camera these days !
That's what I thought when I saw it.
They still sell film for the SX 70. I was surprised to learn that.
Polaroid's SX-70 "Time-Zero" film was phased out of production in late 2005 to early 2006
One feature of SX-70 integral print film[which?] is its ability to be manipulated while developing, and for some days after. Because the emulsion is gelatin-based, and the Mylar covering does not allow water vapor to readily pass, the emulsion stays soft for several days, allowing artists to press and manipulate the emulsion to produce effects somewhat like impressionist paintings