Hopefully this has not been posted yet. It looks new and has only a few hits to the video. Have a look for yourself and see what you come up with. If
there is a previous video thread feel free to delete as needed.
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Thats the problem with UFO footage presently.
Anyone who attends Art School for video game design can make a good looking cgi video.
Its no longer a question of "That looks real" or "Is that a hubcap?"
Surely have you had such clear footage of a ufo rather than just uploading a small part of video where the ufo is static you keep not be able to take
your camera off it untill it shot away and then upload the section with it moving to help with crediablility. This makes me thing CGI due to the fact
its far easier to do with a static objct rather than a moving object hence the reason there is no movment form the UFO. Just my opinion but obviously
not 100% sure
Im going to say fake, CGI. There are a few problems i have with it.
1. Length of video- If you saw that would't you film longer than 26 seconds?
2.- Movement- this thing does not move it just sits there there is a little bounce in it but it is hard to tell if it was because the ufo was moving
or if it was moving because it did not match up with the camera shake.
3.Zooming in- The camera man never really centers the camera on the object the way you would if something was really there. My guess is is that the
object was never really there so of course he is not going to be able to zoom in on it.
4- The uploader- The description says, i looked out my window and saw a UFO.
Here are some other uploads from Guardian pictures.
well, fake or not, probably the best thing to do is get a hold of the filmer and have them send it to an analyst. See this is probably the biggest
problem. We have excellent footage out there. We can post it but it wil fall under CGI or too good to be true. If we filmed aliens having a party,
while assassinating GW Bush and heard news reports of strange sightings and Bush was killed in the news.. we would still say CGI.
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