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--a drone to be precise...
Originally posted by miamibombero
Im afraid to give my secret out to the disinfomation-istas, but what I look for in a UFO vid is the erratic movements across the screen; movement that cannot be questioned as any flying object we currently have (planes).
Originally posted by OneNationUnder
This is 100% an airplane --a drone to be precise, and probably a weather one at that, but it also can be a security one depending exactly where this is. Actually probably a weather one due to the number of lights as a security one would have only the basic amount of lights to try and keep it concealed as it's in the air. I've filmed MANY occurrences like this one as I live near one of the biggest and busiest airports in the world.
Notice how the clip only shows us the viewer only what he/she wants us to see. Two seconds after this video ends, the mystery would have been solved as the atmospheric heat waves, the wind and the daylight would have brought the object into clear focus as the camera pans into the correct alignment. If there really was any mystery to the object, the person recording this would have recorded longer and showed us everything from beginning to end, but they only show us the part that brings the most mystery.
You get this effect quite frequently in atmospheric conditions such as these.
Only a drone though. Nice capture though --looks to be the new model.
Originally posted by weedwhacker
reply to post by Jademonkey2k
I always find it amusing, the machinations and hurdles people go through, and jump over, using "photoshop", and over-analyzing a SIMPLE video of an AIRPLANE!!!
Additionally, it is doubly amusing when they try to speak on a topic, and have no knowledge, or experience about it:
Im also convinced that its not a conventional aircraft. Normal passenger aircrafts (Airbus etc) only have 6 lights, one either side of the wings, 2 at the front and 2 at the back...
EVERY commercial airliner has a different configuration of external lighting. It is already a proven FACT that some models of the (older, pre "next-generation") Boeing 737s had the option for the "pulsing" landing lights feature. Also, many, many OTHER jets (and turboprops) exist, beside just Airbus and Boeings.
A bit of research seems to be the antidote, here...to scare away the ignorance.....
Originally posted by Cito
nice airplane ya got there
and no this isn't how you film an UFO, this is how you film an airplane
-that- was a solid video ..... I can't say it's not them