posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 09:44 PM
Originally posted by jimbo999
Probably didn't have time. Besides, it would probably be a digital zoom. Digital zoom is exactly the same as simply zooming in on the footage on your
computer (as you can see in the video analyses). It simply pixelates after a certain level of zoom - you don't actually get any more detail with a
I totally agree with you about digital zoom, I know it will only make it worse on your average camera as it is just trying to recreate the picture
based on the pixels it does have adding in plenty of digital artifacts. So, unless you are using a Hollywood grade digital camera it wouldn't be the
best idea. identification wise.
It was late when I posted so my apologies for not clarifying more, but I was thinking more along the lines of human nature. Me personally, I would
have tried to zoom in after I saw it to find out where it went or attempt to catch it some more. I mean, the thing in the video didn't enter a
time/space portal, it was still in the woods so why not try to keep on looking. My line of thinking is if I saw that in the woods, I wouldn't be like
"oh it went behind a couple of trees, guess I should give up trying to find it". Maybe I am the odd one out here, and zooming in on something
unknown would be an odd reaction, but this is just my two cents on it.
Again, sorry for my lack of explanation in the post before.