posted on Apr, 14 2007 @ 04:28 PM
Count me in too!
The fact is, the stars, the moon and even airplane flashing lights don't show up (or hardly so -- if they do, they are very,very faint) when
recording MOVIES AT NIGHT of those things with non-infrared camcorder's of any quality i.e. high end cams (6.1 mp and up) and so on -- yet, even if
you are only using a 1.3 MP webcam, those UFO's that are zipping around up there of any shape and size DO show up in those webcam movies too
regardless if you see them while you have the cam on record or if you do NOT see them while you are recording -- they are so bright, they show up
anyways even if you didn't see them while recording where on playback, you see them very clearly. (but some UFO's only show up on playback where
they were not seen at all when recording the movie)
It does not make any difference what kind of cam-movie combo gizmo or gadget you are using at the time that those objects appear up there (seen or
unseen at the time when the recording is made because many of them zip by so quickly, one can only see them when one slows down the movie on playback
sometimes but one can clearly see on playback that 'something' is zipping by) -- so this webcam idea is excellent because webcams are just as
capable as any regular camcorder is as far as picking up such objects -- neither one can pick up stars, Venus, the moon and if they do show up (and
I'm talking about regular camcorders in this case) , they are so faint, they are hardly noticeable at all.
PS --I'm not talking about photo's taken with a flash -- I'm talking about MOVIES recorded by those cam/movie combo's or camcorders (of course,
camcorders too can take photo's with flash too).
The fact is, UFO's of any kind are so bright, they show up not only when using a regular camcorder but also when just using a plain old 1.3 mp webcam
-- yet neither one can pick up even the moon at it's brightest, let alone the stars or Venus. If they do show up at all in a regular camcorder movie,
they appear as small teeny tiny dots -- but only after brightening up the movie considerably in a movie editor.
[edit on 14-4-2007 by Palasheea]