I am always unsure about the "light in the sky" footage.
But, I am impressed with the fact that the operator stabilised the cameras or used a tripod and there is zooming in and out with land marks for size
and location comparison.
I would like to see our ATS analysts take on this.
One thing I found interesting and would like to point out is an apparent change of direction of the object in Video number 4, although it could also
be camera movement.
If I can get some second opinions on this it would be great.
Watch from 2:00.
The object is moving from right to left.
Then a side of a building comes into screen on the far left hand side.
At 2:04 it seems as if there is some vertical and lateral movement from the object.
It may just be the camera movement causing the effect of the object changing direction, however when the object moves, the same part of the side of
the building, the only point of reference in frame, seems to stay in frame.
This indicates that the camera may not moving while the object is, showing change of direction in the objects flight path.
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