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Originally posted by lonewolf19792000
reply to post by TribeOfManyColours
Youre a liar and a fraud and i call you out. Anyone can plainly see that there is a drop of water or rain on your camera lens or a pane a glass you are shooting video through. This is the kind of hoax and disinformation that is the root of why no one cares or believes aliens exist.
DNA or it didnt happen.
Originally posted by paratus
The solar flare activity may have been a cause.
You may be seeing hints of the borealis.
Stabilized video may look blurry if your camera was set to record using a low shutter speed and the camera made fast movements while recording. For best results with stabilizing video, set your camcorder to record using a high shutter speed. This can eliminate blurring artifacts when you stabilize.
Large objects moving across the screen can also cause stabilized video to look erratic.
Originally posted by deadeyedick
I'm just glad singapore didn't get shot.
OR did they???
Originally posted by Blaine91555
OK, I just confirmed that iPhones have issues with the rolling shutter effect.
Originally posted by dudeawesome
reply to post by Blaine91555
I think if all we had to go on was the OP video this would be a good explaination, but with the second video (posted several times in this thread already) of the exact same thing at a different angle and type of camera, it shows that its most likely not just a camera lense effect.