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In April we were given a remarkable piece of footage. Although we have spoken to the person who took it on a number of occasions and are convinced of his veracity, he has asked to remain anonymous. We sent copies of the film to various members of our board of consultants, and sat back to await a verdict. We were not expecting every single person who has seen this video to give a different explanation for it. It has been described as a pair of otters, a water bird of some kind, a giant eel, men in diving suits and a pair of seals.
Originally posted by ktprktpr
I think I read somewhere that the BBC took like a pinging machine and pinged every square inch of the Loch Ness lake. But nothing "big" pinged back. So they concluded that there was no such monster.
Should have been leaning it on "Lynn's" shoulder instead of giving the dodgy commentary
The film isnt the sharpest quality, and its a little shaky, however it is intriguing nonetheless.
I would say, given the manner of filming, it's fake.
Firstly the guy is all over the place with the camera. If you or I thought we had a monster in our sights we'd keep the damn thing targeted. Secondly, there is a point early on in the film where he zooms right up close to the water (where something is seen moving, obscured through trees). Then there's some more messy camerawork, before the camera gets a good, clear and lenghty shot of the 'head'.
Now, at being given this excellent viewpoint, the cameraman chooses to keep the camera view distant, without zooming in?! Gimme a break. Again, if you or I were in that position, and had the capability to zoom in as close as he had done with the obscured shot, we'd be using it. Why didn't he? Go figure.
And don't you find one thing strange? At the start of the video to the left of the screen is a 'bank' - directly behind 'the monster'. Two minutes later into the film, after the camera has been following the 'beast' making it's way along, the camera jumps slightly to the left again. The same bank can be seen for just a second, and the position of 'the monster', despite all his 'paddling' has hardly changed. Now that's either a monster that likes to tread water, or a very small animal that can't move very fast over large areas.