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1). When & where did you capture this & what was the location?
I captured this footage on my home security camera on the night of Oct 2, 2013 around 11pm in the evening in my front yard in Southeast MI, and I'm about 8 miles north of an air national guard base. Sorry, I can't provide any more location than this. I don't want my neighbors to get upset from unwanted UFO hunter traffic.
2.) Why is the security cam using color instead of black and white? Most security cams change to blank and white at night.
Because my camera has the option of using either black and white with infrared or color at night, I chose to use color for night in this instance because most fireballs captured on video look much better in color. For example, you can see the yellows, greens, reds, and blues from the tail. However, for security at night, I do use black and white with infrared if I'm not looking for fireballs.
3). Why did I have my home security camera pointed up into the sky before the incident? I was on the look out for capturing a fireball. Since there's been a lot of fireballs reported all over the world in the last 3 weeks, I thought I might be able to catch one on video, but I never expected to capture this!
4.) Which security camera was used?
This recording is from one of my multiple security cams that is currently installed on the front of my house. This particular camera is pointing south towards the road (my house is set back about 300ft from the road).
5.) Why did you disable your night vision?
On this particular security cam, I disabled the night vision by disabling the infrared mode on it. I didn't want the recording to turn to black & white for a fireball capture. All my security cameras blink a red LED on the front of them indicating they are recording and sensing pixel motion. So, the image could be very far away and still trigger the motion sensor and record from an object moving in the distance. It's digital, so all it needs is a lit up area that shows a change in pixels to sense a change in motion. I've picked up animal as far out as my road which is 300ft out.
6.) Why did you slow down the video speed?
I didn't slow down the speed, the sec cam runs at a slower frame rate. Sorry, I wish I had a faster camera. The cam's highest frame rate is 15FPS and this is a max. value marketed by the manufacturer. The frame rate in this video is probably lower than that because the focus assist function was enabled while recording. My guess is that it probably lowered the frame rate down from the max. frame rate of 15FPS.
7.) Why did I use music?
It helps the viewer know the video is playing since the security camera is fixed & the frame rate is a bit slow.
8.) Did you look at the area where the UFO was beaming the laser? Did it leave any residue?
Sorry, I have not.
9.) Do I meditate for these objects (UFOs) to come and visit?
No, I do not. However, I'm probably looking up at the sky more than most folks are.