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The camera itself resulted in the odd photo. "For some unknown reason, the camera shutter was remaining open, and the infrared strobe fired it would catch a bank of lights. The strobe has 14 LED-type bulbs across and with five bulbs vertical, with a total of 70 LED bulbs. If you look at the photo of what was called a UFO, you will count 14 lights that matches the 14 bulbs in the camera."
Originally posted by elevenaugust
However, two problems remains with this LED reflection theory:
- Why only one row? In the Moultrie Game Spy camera that was used, there are 5 rows of 14 LEDs. *IF* they operate in a multiplex system, it would account for the change in vertical orientation, however it still doesn’t explain (yet) the shift in horizontal orientation but I have a feeling this is a small flaw in an otherwise satisfactory explanation.
- The lights are also slightly moving left and right: