posted on Dec, 11 2010 @ 04:24 PM
Originally posted by HelionPrime
Yeah... I see it
You bought a $600 camera with automatic & manual focus & STILL managed to take an out of focus picture.
He said he was playing around with the camera features, exposure times and apature etc. Unless your a porfesional phogropraher or have the camer on
auto its entierly reasonable to see out of focus images.
I have a cannon 450D and it took me 100's of shots to learn the settings, im now able to take perfect images. Its the same with anyone with a new
camera, we all do it.
As for it being an alien, i really couldnt say, its looks just as much like an alien as it does a hood. However saying that, i can throw in a
plauseable explination for what your seeing.
The human eye can only see about 5% of the visual spectrum, this is from red to near ultraviolet. There have been many many many threads and
discusions regarding aliens and ufos that can only been seen outside our visual 5%.
Camcorders and DSLR cameras are capable of seeing other light sources (night vision for instance, infared lenses etc). that the human eye cant.
I belive there was a guy who setup 2 cameras side by side and filmed a UFO hotspot for 7 hours. One camera was set to normal human visual spectrum
where the other was set to record in infared. Low and behold the infared captures ufo activity where the santard camera didnt (See Linky)
The point im trying to make is that IF this is not a hoax, and IF its not his hood then there is ample evidence to support theories of UFO's and
Aliens exsisting outside out field of spectral vision. Why would you assume that a completly alien race would only exist in 5% of the visual realm?
As an additional theory, when people claim to have seen UFO's "phaseing" in and out of exsistence, it could simply be that they are shifting
between visual spectrums.
Anyway food for thought. If your not a hoaxer then good find and i hope my info helped.