Hey guys. I was wondering, is there a camera anyone could recomend for getting UFOs on tape? I noticed some of the UFO videos i have seen are of good
quality but they usualy are home video type cameras. So i was currious to see if anyone here on ATS has had success filming these things and what kind
of camera did they use?
And has anyone had any success getting one on film in Infra Red?
I use a Sony Carl Zeiss for my own phenom contacts. It's very clear with excellent audio and added zoom features. There is no infra red feature on
this particular edition but it does a pretty good job for around $150.00- $234.00.
As far as the UFOs are concerened long as they are stationary you shouldn't have a problem, it's when they start to move you would need a camera
that captures 1,000 to 10,000 frames per second(expensive).
I was wondering the same thing, I plan on doing some "UFO hunting" this winter and would like to have a suitable camera in the event that I do see
something unusual. I don't expect that I will, but then I've gone fishing many a time and had fun even when I've not caught anything so I don't
see why this should be any different!
I recently have been using an old hand held camera like from early 2000 and it does not have digital video capability but It does have digital photo
capability the only problem is I cant upload my video to my PC
well if you get a video capture card for your comp you could upload them to your PC. Either by hooking your camera up to it or hooking your VCR up to
the comp and hooking the camera to the VCR.
Do you have anything cool worth uploading?
I just picked up an old school sony nightshot from a pawn shop for 40 bucks with the charger and everything. Works great i did the microswitch mod so
i do not have to do the nightshot in green and i can adjust the exposure so ill give it a go and see what happens.
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