posted on Jan, 9 2010 @ 03:14 AM
It would be nice if you ever do this again to concentrate on keeping the camera as still as possible. Get your body situated, your balance solid,
breathe calmly so your body doesn't oscillate, and then lock the camera against your body/shoulder/head. It is most important to keep the camera
steady and to not move your body just because you aren't 100% comfortable. It's more important to get a clear steady shot.
Now, to the video itself, first of all, airplanes have a light on the front that is only seen as the plane comes toward you. If the plane turns away
from you the white light will "disappear." After looking at it though, I have a better solution:
Those could have been helicopters doing a search of the area. They were using search lights (white lights), and they had flashing red light on the
coptor. They were circling around, which looked like they were going back and forth, and as they turned the lights away from you, they seemed to
disappear. There did not appear to do any "super human" speeds, and all the movements were consistent with a helicopter search pattern. They could
have also been doing night-time helicopter training exercises, perhaps for the police, or some other agency.
Without a closer look at them, it is hard to establish any kind of strange crafts, since normal human crafts have white and red lights, and they are
capable of flying the way those seemed to fly. If there was anything very unusual about what they did, it was hard to see because of all the jerking
around with the camera.
Anyhow, good job at getting something on camera... unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on how you look at things) I don't see anything that
would give an indicator that this was not a normal night-time human flying exercise of some kind.