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Originally posted by Zelong
Originally posted by Bachrk
Well I just went out back and taped for 10 minutes on my Sony handycam and just reviewed the recording. Nothing but a couple of birds.
Great work Bachrk one question please would you of had your cameras Zoomed in ?
What if its just Space Junk.
By blocking the sun out you now get a reflection from the Sun on an object that is less brighter than the sun,now you can see them(space Junk) because it is now the brightest object?
Originally posted by esteay812
In Middle Tennesse, USA a man claimed to know how to film and see UFOs in the broad daylight. He told this to a news crew... then proceeded to prove it!
Get your camera, point it at the sun and then block out the sun. The news crew did this and captured a dozen UFOs in the span of only 20 minutes. I think I'll try this, maybe you should too.
Here is the coverage:
Originally posted by Pakd-on-mystery
Originally posted by EvilBat
I had read about this a few years back and even made a small recording
which I didn't see anything on it
yet my friend when I emailed it to him said he saw some stuff
If anyone wants to check it out for them self I'll see if I can upload it
It's called the John Bro Technique
Dude I saw something in your vid though too. The thing that catches my eye about it is that once at 0:04 in the left middle of the picture and a few times later. The one comes from left and not even a seconde after it is where I saw it first it was on the other side of the picture. Take a real close look at it, you'll see it too! There's more than one though, and the are all coming from different directions, and going in different directions too.
Originally posted by ArMaP
Some years ago I tried this "solar obliteration technique", as someone called it, and I got something on a photo.
After looking to the sky for some minutes I understood what it was, it was a small feather from the pigeons that were on the top of the building in which I live.
All other cases of "UFOs" photographed or filmed with this "technique" look like small object floating in the wind.
But there is a way of knowing if these things are close or far away. By using two cameras pointing to a specific point in the air we can know at what distance the objects are if we know the angle between the cameras.
Apparently, nobody has tried this, I wonder why.
PS: I can not try this for myself, I had to return the camera that I have been using to its owner.
Re-read the first sentence, please.
Originally posted by LucidDreamer85
I see your point , but don't call other people out for not trying it when you yourself have not tried it.