posted on Nov, 8 2010 @ 05:43 PM
Aye, not bugs, not birds. Something a little more fishy.
To disprove bugs: You get a nice clear, non night shot at the beginning, not zoomed in, but it's quite clear that even if you did zoom in just a bit
you still wouldn't be able to follow a BUG zipping about twenty, ten, let alone three feet in front of you. Has anyone actually tried filming
flies/bugs in a medium close up in daylight? It's near enough impossible. This chap has caught and managed to (loosely) follow the items because they
have some altitude to them. The GIFs above do show ways bugs interfere with shots but they don't prove what it's like to follow one with a camera,
they're all just passing through the shot, so in relation to this video those pics really prove nothing
To disprove birds: Birds simply don't move that fast. I mean, god knows what birds you people have seen, perhaps a small kingfisher and similar small
birds could move that fast, but birds of prey? You're kidding, right?
To disprove bats: Bats don't fly around outside during the day. Maybe there are some day time bats, but the guy would have seen them clear as day
without the night shot mode on.
It'd be nice to think 90% of the replies could be speculation about what unearthly things these could be, but as always the forum is full of people
determined to find a natural solution. Why are you visiting an aliens & ufo's forum just to come say "it aers bird" ?
Whatever they are, it's quite a good video, and yes it's one of a LOT that clearly aren't footage of birds, bats or bees. The only gripe I have is
the constant zooming in and out, which is annoying but also mucks up any way of getting a real feel for distances and whether these things are going
behind the trees or not.