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originally posted by: misterassist69
a reply to: thesingingsainthi op thanks so much for this thread. i think i know what u saw . 4 now i recommend u watch australian skies its about these orbs a docu
and its on netflix 2👍
originally posted by: thepixelpusher
a reply to: thesingingsaint
You need this camera. It's actually very affordable.
The Nikon P900 is not a camera meant for low ambient light shooting, which is no surprise given the sensor size.
My thoughts exactly. The reason you don't see wings on the planes and they don't seem to have a plane shape but look like orbs is simply a function of optics and distance. In this video you can't really tell the UFO is a plane until it gets much closer, so, don't assume that it's not a plane because it doesn't look like a plane, be smarter than that and learn how optics etc work.
originally posted by: tommyjo
Your "UFOs" look exactly like two airliners up at cruising altitude producing no contrails. Firstly your camera is focusing on the trees and leaves and of not sufficient quality to accurately record the aircraft that are reflecting light. That is why you are just seeing two "white orbs" moving across the sky.
Next time you see such things try observing the sky with flight tracking software. Simply point your mobile or tablet into the sky or at the aircraft.
I bet if you provided the accurate filming time then there would be two airliners on an upper air route transiting your region.
I note from the video "Oct 2017 in Louisville, KY".
Do you have an accurate local time and direction that you were filming?
originally posted by: wmd_2008
Yes the problem is many of these videos are mobile phones/small video cameras so auto exposure & focus that combined with low resolution and youtube compression equals ufo.