posted on Aug, 22 2008 @ 09:30 AM
I'd like to see some details on the camera used to capture these images. The opening shots show a typical wide angle camcorder type image with a
point light sourch in the sky. After the 'Let's zoom in' comment, we see a high resolution 'craft', the image quality of which exceeds any
'amateur' equipment I've ever seen. If real, this image was captured with a very long telephoto or telescopic lens far exceeding a typical
camcorder/camera's capabilities. And it's rock steady. Certainly it's too steady for a hand held device of any kind. To capture such a high quality
image would require preparation. Lenses of this capability are heavy and if a telescope was used, it has to be set up in advance. I honestly think the
image is just too good for a spontaneous capture. It's the one reason why that genuine, truly convincing UFO closeup will be a one in ten-million
shot - but I don't believe this is it.