posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 02:08 PM
Being in the industry, you have to realize something: When it come to faking floating objects in the sky with a shaky camera, you have to use a
"match-moving" software. The problem is, match moving programs require solid "tracking points" to determine what the background is doing at all
times so that it can sync up the movement with the foreground object... Unfortunate in this video, there are almost no solid track-able points.. at
all. The clouds are volatile, and nearly the same color as the sky, making it impossible to track. The fluid-like camera movements are classic of a
on-board motion stabilization system with the camera itself.
Whatever this object is, it is real.