HD Infrared Security Camera records these entities every night

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  1. Mr. Wizard 60 Registered Member

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    that is one of the more interesting ones and this one seems to enjoy flying around in my backyard


    I have started my own page and have so much footage I do not post them all. I have three security camera that film in infrared when a motion sensor is tripped. I cannot see these with my own eyes but the cameras catch them. I even have a comment from a lady in Germany who has the same things.

    Watch more than one clip and watch the movement and how fast they move and keep trying to convince yourself it is just a bug or I faked this. Don't be part of the Sheeple!
     
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  3. Enmos Valued Senior Member

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    Definitely moths. You can see the wings beat and the moths shape.
    The cams frame-rate is low, that's why it somewhat looks like a caterpillar/rod flying around.

    Stop trying to convince yourself that something you don't immediately understand must be supernatural. Don't be an idiot!
     
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  5. Read-Only Valued Senior Member

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    Precisely.

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    Some people are easily fooled by the simplest things. (grin)
     
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  7. origin Heading towards oblivion Valued Senior Member

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    I don't even think Magical Realist would think that these are extra dimensional moths.

    Baaaaaaa!
     
  8. Kittamaru Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. Adieu, Sciforums. Valued Senior Member

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    Mr. Wizard - what is the make/model of your security camera? I would be willing to bet that they operate at somewhere in the 15 fps range at most?
     
  9. Mr. Wizard 60 Registered Member

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    Think what you may but moths they are not. I have been outside and there are no moths. I have so many clips you are making judgments based on your not wanting to believe in anything but what you know. Certain people will always try to debunk to keep people from finding the truth. This is a Logitech HD/Infrared Security Camera. Watch more of the clips on my YouTube page and watch the time and see this so called moth go from one end of the yard (front or back) in less than a second. Watch the clip in the backyard and tell me have you ever seen a moth fly like that? Feel free to come with better cameras and prove they are moths. So moths come out of the ground and go thru walls? Moths disappear in mid air? Moths make 45 degree turns (which I have a clip with my car in the driveway and you can see them do that)? I have also seen them execute complete 180 degrees instantly. The still picture at the very top of this post is a moth? Explain then why are there so many different shapes and sizes? Why are some longer than others it is same camera at same speed? Why is the first one floating and look nothing like the others. You just look for an easy answer instead of looking harder at all the details like I have. Why are you even in these forums if you explain everything so easily as an insect? How many of the insect explanations are coming from the government or others trying to keep us from discovering what they already know but won't tell you. Watch the clip of the spirit orb in my living room. Best viewed on a full size monitor enlarged and watch the pattern it flies, and at about 7 seconds in as it swoops down from ceiling height and passes in front of the TV it casts a white reflection directly below on the floor. This is infrared same camera inside the house when I first got it. you can see brighter light at the bottom coming from outside, and at the top right coming from the kitchen but in the living room there are no lights on. SO how does it make a white reflection on the floor that moves with it. Pause it at 6 seconds and watch the 7 sec mark.

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  10. Dr_Toad It's green! Valued Senior Member

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    Enmos got it in one try.
     
  11. Enmos Valued Senior Member

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    Thank you!

    Yes, they are.

    Bullshit. Perhaps you didn't see them, but they are there. See videos...

    I have.

    Which one? Time stamp?

    I have and yes.

    Feel free to buy better equipment and prove you're right!

    Which video(s)? Time stamp(s)?

    So what? They can do that.

    They can actually do that as well. Still... which video? Time stamp?

    Yes.

    I have; frame rate.

    Because they are not flying at the same speed. Duh!

    They can hover as well. But which video are you talking about?

    Nope. I just see what it is... Sorry! You haven't looked at 'the details', at least not unbiased. Otherwise you'd have come to the conclusion that they are moths as well. It is OBVIOUS!

    Because they ARE insects.

    Did you take your medicine today?

    Spirit orb? Nope, not unbiased at all!! lol

    I see no white reflection...
     
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  13. Kittamaru Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. Adieu, Sciforums. Valued Senior Member

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    Mr. Wizard - the make/model/manufacturer of your cameras, please?

    That would be the easiest method to potentially rule out these being insects...
     
  14. Mr. Wizard 60 Registered Member

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    Thanks for all the rude comments. I will leave this post up but no longer reply to idiots! Camera type is listed 18 frames per second is the rate. The orb does cast a reflection on the floor (7 secs into the clip, maybe you need some new monitors or need glasses) maybe you are one of the government's people putting a forum up so you can try to squash the truth. No problem I will move on and when the shit hits the fan (so to speak) and more of this is proven to be real I will have the last laugh. Don't worry I will have someone named Jose Escamilla come investigate as he lives near me. But you probably wouldn't believe his findings either. Sorry but they don't look like the moth trails you sent. I think maybe you are delusional and off your meds ENMOS my profile picture looks nothing like a moth and I have been outside and can tell you there are no lights on outside on these clips and when the outside light comes on your so called moths cannot be seen (why is that), and I cannot see the moths but can go back to view clips when I was outside and some so called moths show up on camera. Are you telling me I cannot see a moth? You are far more delusional than a crazy person in a mental ward! Have a great day bashing everybody's posts because you are a SHEEPLE
     
  15. Enmos Valued Senior Member

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    lol Goodbye then.
    You said infrared camera, right?
     
  16. Mr. Wizard 60 Registered Member

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    Do you even read the whole post before you bash it?
     
  17. Mr. Wizard 60 Registered Member

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    I got work to do but I said Logitech infrared high def. and it was not a cheap camera either. later
     
  18. Enmos Valued Senior Member

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    Later? I thought you were moving on...
     
  19. Dr_Toad It's green! Valued Senior Member

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    You could enforce that, perhaps?
     
  20. Enmos Valued Senior Member

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    Nah, I'll leave it to Kitt to decide.
     
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  22. Kittamaru Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. Adieu, Sciforums. Valued Senior Member

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    Wizard - again, I need the make and model... there are several Logitech HD/Infrared Security Cameras available, all with differing specifications.

    For example: The Logitech Alert 700n Indoor Add-On Camera with Wide-Angle Night Vision (that is a URL... stupid grey URL font) captures a 960 x 720 resolution image at 30FPS

    More than likely what is going on is that your shutter rate extends in "night vision" mode - this enables the sensor to capture more light, but also results in "blur" of fast moving objects, such as a moth and its wings.

    My mothers security cameras used to do the same thing
     

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