posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 04:58 AM
reply to post by sickofitall2012
I am going to ignore the personal attacks, but I will address your point of:
Then why does it Not block out the right side solid stripe. You can see right through it.
As I pointed out earlier, the camera does not have a low lux. This is evident by the dark areas being overrun with grainyness.
If you notice, the driver has his brights on and you can still only barly see out of the windshield. So not only is it too dark already, the snow is
making it even darker.
As for it not blocking the right side, as I said the "deer" darted back off to the left of the screen. If the video wasn't so edited you could tell
this better, of course you would also be able to tell that it isn't a ghost either...
As for the Grains of Snow comment below this, appealing to ridicule does not refute what I have posted.
And heat during snowfall? Maybe if it is from the hood of his car, but highly unlikely due to the wind.
Anyway, feel free to point out how a high lux camera takes not-grainy pictures. Hell a poster above said the same thing I did, more layman but same
points. But no, you're right, I said "grains of snow" instead of snowflakes...metaphors are fun!
edit on 3/18/2012 by adigregorio because:
Obvious edit is Obvious
edit on 3/18/2012 by adigregorio because: how a low lux TO how a high lux