What's to make of anything? A sparkly dot in the sky. Then zoomed in to blur it out. Could be a satellite. Could be a planet like Venus. Could
be aliens from Jupiter. Could be the ghost of Charlie Chaplin.
I see that the guy took footage of it for over an hour. You'd think at sometime around the 1/2 hour mark, he might want to get in his car and drive
over to see it a little closer (if it wasn't Venus or something).
That's my expert opinion. That the guy's a lazy slob.
Yeah, would be hard to make anything of it. Not really any point of reference in the picture, making judging any movement nearly impossible.
Although one of the video responses having the same object on the same day, from a different continent is a little odd...could be anything though.
That is just the effect of the way the lens are made, when showing an out of focus bright point they show it as a round, translucent object, and the
lens construction gives them different looks according to the type of construction.
If you have access to a Canon MV730i you will probably see something like this when filming an out of focus light, like Venus.
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