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Originally posted by waveguide3
I still don't see how you can 'analyse' the spectrum if you don't have a calibrated wavelength scale to place against your images. Having say a known sodium doublet on one of your exposures isn't going to tell what some other line is on a UFO exposure. The original report suggested sending your spectrum to the originator's lab. The implication is taking a spectrum is one thing. Analysing it is something else. I honestly doubt that many UFO spotters would gain much satisfaction or knowledge by this venture unless expert analysis is to hand.
Originally posted by mystiq
So I have a question. Now when we had our sightings, it wasn't like anyone was going to run into the house and grab the camera, plus its a cheap one and the pics would have been terrible. So, if a were serious about trying to get shots, is there a middle price camera out there that would be more ideal for taking pictures that could be easier to analyze, instead of a mod?