UFO Camera

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What Camera Could Work Best to Capture Evidence of UFOs?
UFO Camera!
People who wish to search for UFOs must choose what camera to
experiment with for capturing evidence. Because UFOs might be hiding
within the Infrared spectrum, a normal camera (with or without flash) is not a
good idea. Typical digital cameras are filtered to see only the visible
spectrum – what we can see with our eyes. But what if a UFO is sometimes
invisible, remaining hidden in plain sight?

So begins our quest to locate a full spectrum,
UFO camera.
UFO Camera: Infrared Cameras
Many UFO researchers are beginning to
use a cam corder with night shot
capabilities. This means that the video
camera has the ability to switch over to
“night vision” and often comes with a low-
power Infrared (IR) light to illuminate the
darkness a very short distance. The
problem with these cameras are that they
are becoming hard to find, especially the
Sony brand models. The night vision
capability has been removed in the latest
models due to people using them to see
through clothing. If you can find one of
these Sony night vision cameras, the “night shot” might not have an expanded range to be able
to see much of the Near Infrared spectrum; and even if it does, you probably will be unable to
adjust the exposure settings. Also, the IR light it comes with will need to be disabled for
nighttime use.
UFO Camera: Are We Able to See UFOs?
We wanted to investigate something else
regarding the UFO camera question.
Some researchers believe that UFOs
have remained elusive because the
spacecraft might be multidimensional.
What does that mean? We suppose in
theory that the term “multidimensional”
might suggest that UFOs are able to
move in and out of the visible spectrum –
the human range of sight. If true, this
would mean that alien space ships use
some type of cloaking device to remain
invisible to the human eye. Infrared may
allow for better detection of heat
signatures (light). Other researchers disagree, saying that NASA's filming of UFOs was done
with cameras capable of seeing into the Near UV spectrum of light.
The visible range refers to the band of
light between the Near Ultraviolet and
Near Infrared regions on the
electromagnetic spectrum. People are
able to see light within the wavelength
range of 380 – 750 nanometers. Near
Infrared is adjacent to the visible spectrum
and longer in wavelength. Near Ultraviolet
is on the opposite end of the visible
spectrum and shorter in wavelength. So,
what about light above and below the
white light we see? Could UFOs be
appearing beyond our vision at times? If
so, we would need a UFO camera that
could see what we see and more!
UFO Camera: Full Spectrum Cameras
A digital camera that does not have any filtration of its “eye” is called a “full spectrum camera.”
The digital full spectrum camera does not have the CCD or CMOS sensor (the eye of the
camera) filtered, allowing its full potential range of vision to be used. These cameras should
be able to see from about 330 – 1200 nanometers maximum potential. If one of these
cameras were deployed in UFO research, perhaps better success in capturing photographs
and videos of UFOs might be achieved.

UFO Camera: Filters?
If someone were to experiment with full spectrum cameras in conjunction with UFO sightings,
they might find it would not be enough to just have a camera with a wide-open eye to see
unidentified flying objects. We might need to filter certain wavelengths in order to better see
the spacecraft. For example, perhaps the visible spectrum (white light) might need to be
filtered out in order to see the Infrared better. One would also need to pay attention to lighting.
During the day, filtration of white light might be required. At night, perhaps no filter would want
to be used. Paying attention to moon phases to determine the best light for studying nights
skies with such a camera might be required. Theater gels could be carefully selected to
cheaply filter out certain wavelengths of light coming into the lens of the UFO camera.

UFO Camera: Where Can I Get One?
Well, as of this writing, no one is offering a “UFO Camera.” However, you can search for a full
spectrum camera and let the experimenting begin with filters, etc.

We did find the following store carries a line of inexpensive full spectrum cameras that can
shoot photographs and record video:

Angels & Ghosts Store  

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