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Best way to capture a ufo on video

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posted on Feb, 14 2007 @ 10:15 AM
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Always have a camera with you, I do. Have yet to use the expensive sucker..but I keep it with where ever I go hoping some day..

Dallas




posted on Feb, 14 2007 @ 11:59 AM
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The second link is interesting also.

geektechnique.org...

I just demontaged an older digital photo camera I have and not use anymore
100 of screws..all over..

Found a filter (sandwitch of 3) like in that description.
It looks blue in my case.....
Is this an IR or UV filter or both or something completly different?
Anyway I removed it...
And now I just need to puzzle the thing together again somehow
that will be funny


But seeing this I guess the new video camera will have such a filter too...
So without removeing that filter I guess you can not do much with an (slef made) IR filter except blocking everything. :/
And I certainly will not open a brand new video camera.

I wonder in case of the photo camera if I should use any (IR) filter at all.
At night it is dark so not much need to filter the visible light and without any filter it catches all there is and the cmos can catch.



posted on Feb, 14 2007 @ 12:19 PM
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here's a similar thread

Infrared Cameras~Seeing UFO's
www.abovetopsecret.com...'

I find this very fascinating, just haven't got around to buying a camera and trying it myself.



posted on Feb, 23 2007 @ 05:52 PM
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Meanwhile I got the video camera and it has nightview (guess that's standard I didn't check for this when i selected the camera) seeing in close infrared.

With this cam I could confirm that the filter I removed from my old digital photo camera is an infrared filter (but probabily filters even more).

I also could check about the unexposed developed film.
(found an old film so I was not in th shop and confused the shopkeeper ..ah I miss the fun
)

That film seems to work pretty well in blocking the visible light and let passing the infrared.


This can be used as an put on filter (i would not install it fix) for the cameras (photo/video) to check wheter an object/light source is emitting light in the infrared only or in the visual too.

Guess I am prepared...

Now I only need a kindly extraterestrial that does a nice close fly by with an infrared only visible ufo so I can record it and share it here..

I don't ask much.. do I?


(p.s. I never really intentioned to film ufos but the suggestions in the links in this thread were interesting
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posted on Feb, 23 2007 @ 05:58 PM
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Originally posted by g210b
Meanwhile I got the video camera and it has nightview (guess that's standard I didn't check for this when i selected the camera) seeing in close infrared.

With this cam I could confirm that the filter I removed from my old digital photo camera is an infrared filter (but probabily filters even more).

I also could check about the unexposed developed film.
(found an old film so I was not in th shop and confused the shopkeeper ..ah I miss the fun
)

That film seems to work pretty well in blocking the visible light and let passing the infrared.


This can be used as an put on filter (i would not install it fix) for the cameras (photo/video) to check wheter an object/light source is emitting light in the infrared only or in the visual too.

Guess I am prepared...

Now I only need a kindly extraterestrial that does a nice close fly by with an infrared only visible ufo so I can record it and share it here..

I don't ask much.. do I?


(p.s. I never really intentioned to film ufos but the suggestions in the links in this thread were interesting
)


Hi, coud you tell us more about your cam e.g. name of company what manufactures it and so on? I would love to know, thanks.



posted on Feb, 23 2007 @ 06:19 PM
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Sure,

Sony HDR-SR1 (the Harddisk camera, High Definition 1080i)

edit to add:
Oh and if you meant my old photo camera where I removed the filter:
Nikon coolpix 880 3.34MPix



[edit on 23-2-2007 by g210b]



posted on Feb, 24 2007 @ 12:03 PM
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Quick question what is the best type of camera for stationary shooting.

UV, IR, or night vision?

I don't know much about cameras and wanted to leave my pc running all night and setup sort of a motion sensing snap shot system. If it's even possible. ANy else try this?



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