My mum was at the Windermere Air Show on Saturday 25th July 2009 and was snapping photos of the planes when she noticed an anomaly in one the pictures
upon looking at the photos she had snapped.
It could be a plane but it does look very odd indeed.
Take a look and see what you think, I'd be grateful if any of the image analysis people here at ATS, internos - I'm looking at you here - amongst
others, may be able to do something with it.
I've had to resize the image as the original is too big to put on ATS media but here's the exif data anyway:
File Name IMG_0555.JPG
Camera Model Name Canon PowerShot G10
Shooting Date/Time 25/07/2009 15:39:07
Shooting Mode Auto
My Colors Mode Off
Tv (Shutter Speed) 1/640
Av (Aperture Value) 4.5
Light Metering Evaluative
Exposure Compensation 0
ISO Speed 80(Auto)
Lens 6.1 - 30.5 mm
Focal Length 30.5 mm
Digital Zoom None
IS Mode On
Image Size 4416x3312
Image Quality Fine
White Balance Auto
AF Mode Single AF
Parameters Contrast Normal
Color Space sRGB
File Size 2046 KB
Drive Mode Single-frame shooting
Anyway, here's the pic folks...
The 'ufo' is in the bottom left just below the two clouds.
Thanks for the input so far guys, it's much appreciated. From the enhancements, I'm pretty sure it's not a plane. It looks round to me - and my mum
who is sat next to me. She doesn't even know what a CGI hoax is so I had to explain. AWwwwww.
Would a bird look that round? She's managed to get some pictures with birds on in the same location and they are all clear as day - even when they
are not the focus of the image.
Regarding bugs - it's definitely a possibility.
Good ol' UFOlogy - home of the blurry image - unless it's CGI'd.
Looks like a bug to me. Was probably closer to the camera than the planes, making it lens blurred along with slight motionblur due to it being close.
When objects are close they only need to travel a short distance to cover the view angle of the lens in opposed to being 300 feet away.
I really need to make a copy and paste action, from another thread
Here it is:
BUGS or BIRDS. USSUALLY BUGS
...and technical phenomenons regarding capturing images.
...and people not knowing those technical stuff.
Bugs filmed during the day.
Bugs can appear long and short.
Bugs can appear white or black. (depending on ilumination and bacground brightness)
Bugs can appear colored or translucid.
Bugs can appear moving straight or doing fast turns.
Bugs are a very likely occurence. Just 2 holidays not hunting them and i have already a big collection.
(later edit: now i see i have some broken links in my free site... ussually links to the original pictures, which where too big for my primary used
picture sharing site, imageshack.us, and therefore posted at picfu.com, which..lost them )
Damn those BUGS. It really can puzzle your brain...
p.s. all the animations are slowned down at half or third of real speed, because using GIF format.
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