posted on Jan, 19 2013 @ 12:34 PM
I work in film & post production. Many of the points this man brought up, were true.......
However: I'm from the school of thought, that the military has had advanced flash based RAM recorders since the 1950s. Think of gun camera footage,
from old wars. Film would have taken too much space, for too little footage. Video transmission would be too un-secure, and resolution would be low.
How can we watch half hour dogfights?
If you're in the industry, you'd know that digital signals processed at 1 bit (not our whopping 64 bit of today), at millions of samples per second:
are twice as resolute as 2 inch reel 24 track tape, or full chroma film. 1 bit facilitates far less processing power & allows for full redundancy (you
can record multiple frames at once, in case a frame is dropped). I know this, because I record audio at 1 bit/2.6 million samples per second. This
technology was available to the public via the Sony corporation, since the late 1970s. I'm sure it was in development, prior to Apollo.
I do believe man has gone to, and kept visiting the moon. I don't believe the true footage has ever been shared with us.