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I did not see, nor hear this object at the time I was flying my drone. Upon video review I noticed this object on video on my UHD TV. I replayed the video several times trying to figure out what I was seeing. I then ran the video through my editing software to shorten it to just the time frame the object appeared and slowed the frame rate by 10 times. The object flew beneath my drone. I sent MUFON a report that same day along with the URL address to my Youtube channel containing the video. I received a call from Sandy Davis, an investigator with MUFON within 30 minutes. He was totally amazed by what my drone’s camera caught. The MUFON experts were unable to determine what I caught on video, but were extremely intrigued and consider it to be a mystery.
He added: “I shoot in 4K/30fps and you can view this object in 10 frames as it flies towards and passes under my drone. “During these 10 frames of viewing, this object travels three-quarter to one mile in one-third of a second – about 10,000 mph.” He also thought it appeared to be a solid metallic object, which reflected or emitted its own light.
originally posted by: data5091
a reply to: Vastator
I do not/have not seen too many ufo reports in recent times that are like this alleged sighting, whereas in real time you can't see anything, but slowed down extremely, you see something, but I have always found them intriguing, because there are many ufo reports over the years where speeds are estimated to be in the hundreds of miles per hour or higher. Many airline pilots have estimated their ufo sightings in the thousands of miles per hour too.
originally posted by: 3n19m470
a reply to: data5091
This appears to be the video, or A version of THE video, this one with various speeds and such... not sure about where the uncut original is, but I cannot be bothered to find it at the moment... Anyway, here ya go: