posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 09:07 AM
Originally posted by wmd_2008
Originally posted by WanderingMonki
Originally posted by longlostbrother
reply to post by Socrato
they're bugs or birds... one of the dumbest ufo videos yet...
the guy thinks they're "body snatchers"... hopefully he gets the help he needs...
edit on 27-10-2012 by longlostbrother because: (no reason
Bugs??? Something tells me you have bad depth perception, if it were to be bugs it would have to be extremely close to the lens, and since it's
obviously shot with a tele lens the bug would be blurred to a point where you could not see it, google photography and depth of field...
Suggest that you do the same do YOU know the cameras type or lens if not you dont know what depth of field it will have for example small digital
senors on consumer cameras and camera phones have an extremely large depth of field compared to say a DSLR with a large or full frame sensor. Thats
why we need as much info as possible with this type of event!
yes I know all about sensor size, but for a bug to show it would not be captured, I currently walk around all day with 1/2.3" inch sensor which is
currently the smallest sensor used in an interchanging lens camera, my other walk around is an aps-c, when shooting landscapes I shoot medium/large
format film, so yes I have a really good grasp of DoF and can eyeball DoF. Most consumer video cameras run off a 4/3's sensor, so the DoF will be
pretty large but not large enough to have everything in focus with a tele lens, but to capture a bug at it's actual size and still keep the background
in focus no matter how large the DoF is utterly impossible with a tele lens, IMPOSSIBLE!!! Quit pretending like you know what your talking about by
EDIT: basic things can be noticed by just looking at an image without having to know what camera and lens used, thats what being a good photographer
is about. I can spot a tele from a standard to wide like a hawk can spot it's prey... What I'm saying is 90% of the jack offs out there pretending
like they know what there talking about, photography moves at a very high pace, professional photographers can't keep up with the tech, stuff like
this is left to people like me, the collectors, the ones who obsess with the rarity of the lens, japancamerahunter.com check it out, there are people
in this world who have seen every lens known to man and have studied them and contemplate them, to add to there collections. These are the people you
conspiracy theorist need to be talking, to the people who know there stuff, not some TV camera man who uses the stock equipment offered to him by his
company, that guy doesn't have a clue what he's talking about.
edit on 30-10-2012 by WanderingMonki because: (no reason given)