I have always dismissed the diamond-like UFOs as lense artefacts/Apperture effect due to the fact that they are so blurred when zoomed in and bright
as hell from far away. However, the thing that gives me pause is the shape and some features this blur does seem to have in many of the cases. A line
on the top half of the diamond. Not all mind you, but most do. Moreover, the New Zealand tape of the UFO that appeared there in the 70s and was
extensively filmed during a few nights also showed some sort of shape (a bell/saucer shape) in the blurredness of the film, and I think that one to be
genuine. No diamond there!
Look around the 2:20 mark and you will see what I mean.
Now for the diamond UFOs, here are Youtube videos which are so similar, that it makes me doubt whether they are just lense artefacts/apperture
Have a look:
Diamond UFO seen during the Colombia Disaster
And this one taken a few days ago in Italy:
My reason for thinking there is something more to it, they are so distinct but some diamonds appear to be different. I am wondering if it is something
that is due to the type of camera used?
Here are some other Diamond types.
Does the blurriness of the UFOs give away the true shape of it? It is very bright after all, and if the light is, sort of, diffused would it then show
the shape and color of it? I would be interested to hear your views on it.
If the sky is clear tonight I will film a star then zoom in on it then we can compare shots. I always believed that the diamond shape was due to a few
factors. 1 digital zoom being used, 2 glass type in lens and 3 what sort of CMOS or CCD chip/s that is inside the camera. If possible I will have a
Very unlikely some professional videotaper would make the mistake to keep something out of focus: it's also interesting to take a look to the
analysis made by Bruce Maccabee: many shapes of many different colors were caught on camera, that sighting was one of the most interesting ever
corroborated by some visual evidences, in my humble opinion.
It is definitely one of the more intriguing sightings to be sure. Saying that, I do think that some of the film is a little out of focus. I could be
wrong as I am no expert, but I do believe that the shape is seen better because of it.
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