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Originally posted by alienj
Having worked with video, and worked with differnt camera in low lighting, I truly believe what you see are stars. The camera operator figured out if he jerked the camera and then became still again the light would dim and then become bright again once the camera was stopped. To see if I could recreate this I took my hand held jvc out on the deck and was able to reproduce this affect after turnning off the light and switching it to low light and focusing the camera into the night sky I noticed how he also filmed what appeared to be the same bright star(what i believe to be the same star) from several different locations. The only affect I did not reproduce was the trailing lights that seem to come off the main light. I really believe it is an after affect from the camera he is using. I hope someone with some cred in video photography can shed some light on this, I really think this person knew what he was shooting and may not be totally up front about the video, but I guess we can wait and see. One question, if this is real it went on for some time, why didnt he set the camera up properly, stay in one spot and film it in its entirety without the camera jerks? without jerks we would have no streaks nor diming and getting bright again?
Originally posted by kdial1
2: Someone FINALLY used a tripod!!
no it could not,ive seen lots of those,but thanks for questioning our intelligence.pleeeease..........
Originally posted by InterestedObserver
Could it not be meteors breaking up in the atmosphere? The pieces coming off of the main bright objects seem to be consistent with a meteor entering the atmosphere and breaking apart.