After reading several post about Elenin, Niburu, Dwarf Star and after looking at some videos in youtube regarding a second sun, I decided to record
the sun using a modified VADO HD camera that I have wich records in full spektrum meant to be for ghost hunting and I added a IR PASS ONLY lens filter
to see if I could get the same recording other people had on youtube, to my surprise I got something on the left corner that looks like a big star.
IT COULD BE LENS FLARE, I don't know. I recorded this video yesterday October 3, 2011 Central Florida Area.
For those of you that want to ask about the camera, its a Creative Labs VADO HD Camera, I removed the lens filter between the sensor and lens and
added a IR PASS filter from a Wii controller, you can buy IR PASS FILTERS on ebay. The Vado HD camera has an excellent video sensor that covers the
full spektrum without any filter.
On this second video I removed the IR PASS lens filter and the second sun dissapears, I'm wondering if the second sun only generates IR light and
that's why is vissible only with the filter.
Pretty wild.. i'm too lazy.. I've been waiting for someone to try this. If it's real more will try with the same result. It's not a lens flare,
the relationship to the position of the sun stays consistent.
As you move around the "Second Sun" seems to stay in the same place which tells me it must be there and not some lens flare...but what do I know. I
am anxious to hear some more professional thoughts though.
IF there was a second sun then would (many) amateur astronomers be coming out saying they see another too? I would think so and that is my reasoning
for believing it is not "real".
I await others (who know more than me) to come on here and speak their thoughts.....
It looks like an internal lens reflection. As you move the camera about the 'thing' changes size/shape and almost vanishes at one point, which
should tell you it's not a physical object. But then you probably knew that already.
It looks like a lens reflection to me.
Early on in the first video (something like 4 seconds in), you can see a duplicate dot at around the same area as the 'second sun'. If the camera was
lined up exactly with the sun so there was no blooming of the sun, the two dots would line up perfectly.
As much as I would like to believe that there is another planet out there, this I don't think is it.
edit on 4/10/11 by jamesthegreat because:
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Try to do it again but cover the sun with your hand or cardboard or something, the object should disappear. I saw this demonstrated recently, I'll
look for the video, if it doesn't disappear well who knows.
I used a IR PASS filter from a Wii controller, but after recording the video yesterday I misplaced the filter, I will try to record the sun again once
I find the little plastic filter and see if recording with a polarized lens also makes a difference.
If its not a lens flare then it's scary knowing that something is coming our way and its big.
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