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Filming in different light spectrums, thets see what you catch!

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posted on Jun, 12 2006 @ 10:33 AM
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Hello all, with a recent number of threads discussing the possibility of UFO's being seen only in certain light spectrum's, i thought it a good idea to dedicate a thread purely for this experiment.

There seems to be a interest in ATS members participating and getting involved as many of you people have camera's etc.

So night vision, UV, and any others, is the idea.

Thets see what we find.

Since we have such a good mix of ATS'ers from all over the world, you never know what we might catch.




posted on Jun, 12 2006 @ 10:49 AM
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Yes, i am surprised that it hasn't been used more...

but keep in mind... all those bright dots in the sky (in nightshot mode) are just stars, unless they move...

But it does enable you to see light reflections, that otherwise would be lost in background lighting conditions.



posted on Jun, 12 2006 @ 10:53 AM
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Well thets use this thread to take a hard look, debunk, or bathe in the glory of ATS being the one to really bring this to the surface.

Yes we will need people like you and others with experience in these lighting effects, problems, discrepencys.

But could be a fun thread.

Only post your results please, nothing sourced from the internet.



posted on Jun, 12 2006 @ 12:16 PM
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Keep in mind that different spectra can have weird effects that might easily be mistaken for paranormal effects.

IR Film is available in a 35mm format, so if you have a point and shoot camera, you can load it liek regular film. Avialable in colour and B&W. It can at least sometimes be processed in e-6 processing, which I beleive is what the regular labs use. Things look pretty whacky under Infra-red light!

www.wdog.com...
www.vividlight.com...
photonotes.org...
www.colleenphoto.com...



posted on Jun, 12 2006 @ 01:02 PM
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I also realise something like this will take time.
First off you gotta have the right equipment, then obviously you gotta catch a UFO.

Nygdan, we could use your experience, so "if" any videos get posted up, your help is appreciated.

If you have night vision on your camera's and watch the skies, or you have some specialist equipment then even better.

Anyone wanna help this project?



posted on Jun, 12 2006 @ 02:11 PM
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HERE HERE! Great idea, I for one am in the process of ordering one. For those who don't know where to find one just google or heres amazones: Night Camera

It's said that you can see the "invisible" craft under infared spectrum. I believe this, I saw a video about a guy in Mexico who prooved this by filming it w/o nightvision and then applying it and you could clearly see somthing metal and round floating there. Does anyone have the name of this guy or a link to this video, I havn't been able to find it.



posted on Jun, 12 2006 @ 02:20 PM
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One hurdle is that for high military grade IR camera's is the cost. You can easily spend thousands 10k plus on a good Thermal camera. For example the Mexican AF UFO that was picked up on IR imaging but not seen with the naked eye. That same set up which can detect such small variation in temp would cost a pretty penny.

These are on a whole other level from the IR you find in personal cameras.



posted on Jun, 12 2006 @ 02:27 PM
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Coincidentally enough:
www.abovetopsecret.com...

A thread discussing a ghost photograph. The photo was taken with IR film and is claimed to have captured a figure that 'wasn't there'.

www.ghostresearch.org...



posted on Jun, 12 2006 @ 02:37 PM
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There is often reports of unnatural "cold spots" in haunted houses. I have wondered what these cold spots would look like on a good thermal camera.

A good one like this
www.securityprousa.com...

I wish I could afford one of these.



posted on Jun, 12 2006 @ 02:51 PM
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Here is a link to the MSN story on the Mexican UFO incident. That footage was captured via an infrared camera:

www.msnbc.msn.com...



In addition, on Whitley Streiber's website Unknown Country, he has some nighttime photos of an expedition he was on where unknown orbs appeared in the background. His web site may have additional info on the topic of different spectra of film and UFO's. That link is:

www.unknowncountry.com...

Much of the information on his website is free, but some is subscription-based. However the search box still finds a lot of great information for free that goes beyond what is available on the public pages of the site.

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posted on Jun, 12 2006 @ 03:06 PM
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Originally posted by Techsnow
HERE HERE! Great idea, I for one am in the process of ordering one. For those who don't know where to find one just Google or here's amazones: Night Camera

It's said that you can see the "invisible" craft under infrared spectrum. I believe this, I saw a video about a guy in Mexico who proved this by filming it w/o night vision and then applying it and you could clearly see something metal and round floating there. Does anyone have the name of this guy or a link to this video, I haven't been able to find it.


After starting this thread i feel obliged to make an effort myself, and i think i will.
Ok, so we might not be able to buy the latest military hardware, but we can have a go, and maybe some people out there HINT HINT, might actually have some good equipment, that would wanna participate.

I live south facing eight storeys up with a brilliant view across London, ive always been surprised i have never spotted anything unusual as i have such a wide space of view.
My plan i think would be to leave it overnight on a tripod filming the night sky, i live in a very urban area.

But you people are all over the place so if you can help towards this then


What you got?

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posted on Jun, 12 2006 @ 03:19 PM
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Here are some sources of IR film, if anyone is intersted:
search.ebay.com...

www.adorama.com...

www.best-price.com...

Remember, all you need is a regular 35mm camera to use the IR film that is in 35mm format. So most point and shoots (but not, say, the APS film cameras), can use this stuff.



posted on Jun, 13 2006 @ 04:44 AM
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If anyone is interested and has a camcorder or camera, thets see if we get any results.

It may be a long shot, but could be a fun experiment.
Im getting my camera tonight, so what we need is images or video, shot in a different light spectrum, Infra red, Ultra violet , night vision equipment.

So either u2u me with your intentions, or post up what you got.



posted on Jun, 13 2006 @ 05:52 AM
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G'day all,

Yeah I for one would love to participate in this little experiment as soon as time allows. But I just wanna get one thing correct here, and help me out if you will, I have a small digital video recorder, SONY brand, all I have to do is switch it to Night Vision and point at the sky correct?

Would this work both at night aswell as daytime?

What other light effects can we use that digital cameras have?

Melbourne_Militia

P.S. I will endeavour to do this this weekend and I will get back to you all.



posted on Jun, 13 2006 @ 06:16 AM
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all I have to do is switch it to Night Vision and point at the sky correct?


Yep.



Would this work both at night aswell as daytime?


i would think so.your just recording in a different light.

Im not an expert on lighting and the various types, but its something we all can do, so i hope other people will come and help us along the way.

If we get a group involved, then we can turn this into a research project.

The more people involved the better.




What other light effects can we use that digital cameras have?




Check that out, it makes it easier to understand.




posted on Jun, 13 2006 @ 06:35 AM
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As many people that are involved in ufo's know the idea of filming ufo's in different light, is not new, just hasnt been done by the public, much.

www.rense.com...



The Merlin C26A was equipped with a high tech advanced digital equipment to register and record all the activities during the operation. Powerful sensor detectors like a FLIR STAR ZAPPHIR II and a RADAR AN/PS 143 BRAVO VICTOR 3 were being used by qualified personal aboard the airplane and all the operation was being recorded both in normal andinfrared mode.


Yes they had high tech equipment, but anyone can film using IR or UV.

Now check out this video, it may take a minute to load but it is a prime example of what we are talking about.

www.eyepod.org...




These craft were not visible to the naked eye, but due to the camera's infra-red sensitivities their presence became apparent. The photo sequence shows the progression into and out of the infra red spectrum


So get the idea?

Thets play.



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