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Wednesday, April 4th - This object captured by our camera on March 30th was called to our attention by Ildege Bergervin, who sent in a screen capture of it. We looked it up in our archives and sure enough, there it was. It's hard to tell if it's really saucer shaped or cylinder like. We have no air ships (Derigibles) here to my knowledge and it does not look like any of our known birds or insects close up. Go here to have a view of the original hi-res image. Download it and process it and see what you come up with.
Originally posted by ArMaP
I think it's just some insect flying by.
Not only it is the only thing out of focus, like the dust on the lens, as it looks like an insect.
It is easier to see after a Gamma correction.
If a camera is focused for 5 metres, for example, things appear out of focus because they are closer than the 5 metres less the focusing tolerance for the aperture (I think) or because they are farther away than the 5 metres more the tolerance.
Originally posted by Dallas
I'm not an image analyst but have seen quite a number of ufo pics, some are blurred and some are not. When a camera is focused on infinity seems to me there are a couple things that will cause blurr, the speed of a common flying insect is not one of them, too slow.
Can you tell us why the "effected" ions would cause the blurring?
Getting back to the blurred image, considering the background is pretty-much in focus I would GUESS the blurred object is either traveling at high speed or has effected ions around itself somehow, less flapping wings.
One thing many people do not know is that the pyramids are just outside Cairo with its 16 million people and not some miles away in the middle of the desert.
Originally posted by Byrd
The lack of fuss in Egypt about 'strange things in the skies' confirms this. If there'd been odd craft flying around over Cairo, it would have been all over the news. However, nobody makes a fuss about flying pigeons.