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Originally posted by Blaine91555
Interesting experiment. Your main problem will be an IR source strong enough to reach that far. I have a camcorder with a built in source but its only good for a few feet. To do what you propose would take a strong light source.
Originally posted by Kristus
Originally posted by DJMessiah
I had once seen an episode of Unsolved Mysteries (or maybe it was something else It was a long time ago). They were showing a documentary on a guy who claims he has found a way to record UFOs in the sky with 100% accurate results each time. His statement sounded real bold, considering the guy only had a $100 video camera. They showed him filming with his camera, to my surprise it looked so simple and primative, and when they replayed his video he recorded in their presence, there were hundreds of flying objects he caught in the sky.
I saw the same thing a very long time ago. The guy called his technique "solar obliteration".
Originally posted by EvilBat
I was following a little thing like this once
My camera was an older one but I was trying to turn it just for other things
anyway I got to the removal of the filter and i couldn't do it
It was a glass like object super glued to the (eye) arrr if I cut it off the whole (chip) which held it woulda been ruined
I figured I'd put the link here it might help with your research
The main problem of the UFO reserching is that we are searching for them in what we have as senses (+ our new technologies like UV and IR) But what if UFOs use other senses that are not known by the humans? What is they were all arround us? What if they lived with us, in our homes, offices and schools? What if the UFO kids are just playing on you keyboard right now? Having fun , jumping from one letter to another?
Originally posted by TrappedSoul
That's not needed, it's not about filming in the dark.
If a object emits IR light then the cam will see it, you don't need to glow at it with IR.
Originally posted by jra
I haven´t read this whole thread, so hopefully I won´t repeat a bunch of stuff. I believe some one already mentioned testing ones digital camera with a tv remote? If you can see the IR LED lighting up on the LCD screen on the camera, then your digital camera can pick-up IR light. You can make a cheap homemade IR filter using film that has been developed, but not exposed to light. I placed two layers over my camera lens. Did a custom white balance setting and everything will show up B&W except plants. grass and leaves will turn a light bluish-green. I have no idea how to test for UV sensitivity though.
Originally posted by PARADISEVIEW
I have another suggetion; maybe they live with us but they can't see and feel us like we don't see them. They just live in another parallel world but this world is the same of us!!!!! Maybe they are using my PC considering that it's theirs!!!!