Monday, November 10, 2008


If anything, you'll really understand why working with a filter is so important. There's a lot out there we cannot see without it.

Infrared ufos in Pearland Texas. I filmed them using a sony DCR-HC 21 camera with nightshot and ir filter.

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Roel said...

Sony DCR-HC21

"NightShot® Plus Infrared System"

"With Sony's NightShot Infrared System you can capture natural looking video, even when shooting in low light. Record subjects up to 20 feet away using the built-in infrared system, but without the overall monochrome color common with earlier low-light recording systems."

Correct me if I'm wrong but doesn't that mean that the camera doesn't record in infrared further away than 20 feet.
And then so how did the camera pick up an object which is further away.

Atrueoriginall said...

I don't know but I just now posed your question to the YouTuber CLICK HERE if you want to keep an eye on his answer.

I'll check his comments area tomorrow to see if he's responded. If he has, I'll post it in here.

Atrueoriginall said...

Hey Roel: I got a response back from the YouTuber. His answer is incomplete thought.

"I took the video in broad daylight. (Nov 8 2008 10:51:21 am) and yup you are right if you are going to use it during nighttime, you will need a lot of infrared LED for you to see more than 20 feet."

Someone on the page told him it was a flock of geese, which is most certainly a possibility. I've seen such myself. As a matter of fact, if you Google "geese" and then click images you'll see what I mean.