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The characteristics of this craft is what I know to be real, as I have seen them from so close I can throw a stone and hit them. They can travel many miles in a second.
Originally posted by TheWorldReallyIsThatBorin
However the chances of seeing a UFO sighting of this clarity twice is small, the chances of to seeing one of this quality many times, as this person implies, is infinitesimal. So I doubt the fidelity of the video.
Originally posted by C.H.U.D.
Originally posted by nikmti
The low quality of the video seems to be that of a cell phone camera. Many older phones are not equipped with video zoom, and that could account for the operator not zooming in on the subject.
True, but that still does not explain the unusual behavior after the 'UFO' leaves.
Either way, this clip is worse than useless as evidence of anything. The poster of the clip says:
I have no details to this one
Without the original file, there's no way this could be verified as being authentic, which I seriously doubt it is anyway.
Youtube is a garbage source for UFO videos. There is no way you can check the original footage, which is why hoaxers love it.
Think about it, if you managed to capture *actual footage* of a real UFO, doing what everyone has been talking about but so far no one has been able to capture on camera, would you upload it to youtube, or would you send it to a university to be analyzed, where it could actually potentially be found to be the 'holy grail' that almost everyone here on ATS seems to be looking for?
Originally posted by robwerden
Its a fake. Here is why.
Right before the camera moved to follow it, the camera man started getting ready for the move. You can see he is almost anticipating the movement he will have to make. The sure sign of a pre determined camera movement.