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Night vision video of slow UFO over Denver, Colorado

February 17, 2011Comments 2 comments
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Eyewitness report:

This object was recorded 10 of February 2011 at about 9:30 p.m. looking South as it followed a South East course, as I was recording a slow aircraft, this object appeared to come from the right side of the screen to the left. This is the first of this type that I have seen so far.

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2 comments

  1. This is one of the worst fakes I have ever seen. The object appears highly pixelated and digitized, whilst the surrounding image is much smoother. It moves across the screen, as if programmed by an algorithm, and when it is to pass ‘behind’ some tree branches, the camera snaps back, loses focus and becomes unstable. Even with the camera shaking around you can still clearly see that the object is in fact passing right in front of the trees when it is supposed to be miles up in the sky -obviously added after the fact by an unskilled amateur. The worst part is that the camera focuses back on the ‘object’ when it appears to have cleared the trees, but then they realize that it still has to pass ‘behind’ another branch so the camera swerves about and loses focus again to compensate. Lame.

  2. Or it’s simply an aircraft coming in to land. Its light signature is too bright for the camera and night scope to handle and optical zoom makes things even worse. I don’t think it’s a fake because I doubt this idiot has the technical expertise to create one. It’s an attempt to pass off poor quality footage as something it clearly is not.

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