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What is happening with Night Vision approach to UFO hunting?

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posted on Jan, 23 2018 @ 03:19 PM
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I'm new to ATS, and I haven't seen anything posted related to Trevor James Constable and his findings in The Cosmic Pulse of Life, but the NV stuff I've seen online have some similarities to the "Aeroforms" he snaps with UV and IR film.

If the aeroform idea has been acknowledged and/or debunked I apologize. After reading his book it opened up a new tangent in the UFO world for me.




posted on Jan, 24 2018 @ 10:46 AM
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Hi I had a look at the web re his work I see a lot of issues it was hard to have a speed rating for IR film unlike normal film exposure tend to be long.

A lot of his pictures look poor quality now and look like lens flare.

Here is a comment re IR photography/film


The lack of an anti-halation backing alone attracted photographers in search of a different look. Lacking this layer HIE film is prone to flare.



The anti halation backing prevents reflected light from the pressure plate from causing secondary images on the film.


The pressure plate holds the film flat inside a film camera.

More info Here

Due to it's nature handling IR film has to be done with great care the same for processing it.



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