Another vote for Venus. The drift is exactly what you'd expect from a celestial body viewed by a telescope. In this case a non-astronomical scope
that warps the image to make it look a bit less round than you'd expect. And it's not very round as seen from the Earth at the moment, anyway.
SURE it drifts just like Venus and of course NOTHING else drifts slowly up n a little right in our sky... and you know exactly where Venus is with
NOTHING in the background ey? you also happen to know that i mentioned several times that it changes shapes and not to digital distorted shapes but to
shapes i personally haven't seen before.
Show me Venus acting at least 30% as the object in the OP's post please. so far I've seen two vids claimed to be "similar" they were as similar as
a dingy is to a 747 Boeing.
Originally posted by Ahmose
not one single video I've ever taken comes out ANYthing like this.
In what specific way?
Its in the right place, the right time, the right brightness, the "drift" is is correct.
The only variable is the digital compression caused by the users camera zooming past its optical capabilities, out of its focusing abilities, and also
into the ""digital zoom" range, and subsequent artifacts.
Maybe your equipment is better, if you do this regularly.
Here's another random example of the kind of non-venus-looking appearance you can get...
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I understand all of that, and I've even made videos of Venus simply to debunk many "UFO" videos posted
(just like the one you posted above), Saying "Look at the diamond shaped UFO!"
I know all the silly things Venus (and other points of light) can do while being filmed..
and I just cannot, in any way say that the OP's video even "might" be Venus.
I just don't see it, not at all.
I'm not really interested in going back through the video and taking screenshots of everything I'd seen that screamed "not venus" to me..
(I mean, I will if I really need to)
But I'll just say that there were many things in the video that did scream "NOT VENUS" to my eyes.
I'd go with some kind of big balloon of some kind before I'd even touch the "it's venus" thing.
I have no problem at all saying when I think a "UFO" is Venus or any other celestial body --or otherwise (as stated above).. But I don't see Venus
Though I almost wish I did.. as I wouldn't be as clueless as to what Im actually seeing. lol
Sorry mate, I'm sticking with it.. Got to.
Not Venus. lol
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The whole UFO field is so full of bs from all sides that discerning the "real" is a toughie (and I quote "real" 'cause the actual phenom may not
be "real" in our definition of the term... who knows).
That said, I had my own few sightings that defied any explanation of known existing tech and then there's my father's sighting in 1952 of two orange
lights over the Nevada desert (with cars stopped along the highway watching, too) chasing each other and stopping on a dime and doing zig zag moves
that he, as an air force colonel, had no clue as to what they were... my cousin who was chased by an egg shaped ariel vehicle with some "big headed
dude with spaghetti arms" in rural Illinoise and caused him to refuse to drive at night to this day 20 years later and on and on...
I've been reading and researching this stuff for 40 some years and feel we are no closer to any truth except what Fort said nearly 100 years ago,
that "we are property."
It's still interesting to me, though... damned curiosity.
It's unfortunate that the film quality isnt great here because the person shooting it seems genuinely excited. However especially in the beginning of
the video it doesn't really appear that the object it moving but more so that the camera is moving. The morphing effect is interesting. I'm not sure
what this thing is without seeing it myself but it definitely seems odd. I have to say while it's interesting I don't see a lot of definite proof of
anything here. We need some kind of scale object or something. Objects in the sky by themselves are just too hard to judge.
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