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Yesterday while walking around outside looking for birds to film and photograph I noticed a strange flashing light in the sky near an airplane. It was moving slowly in the sky, a little slower than the planes flying around. I could see the random flashing coming from the object for about 10 seconds. I tried to film it with my camera. Using my GH5 and Leica 100-400mm lens I was able to grab a few frames of the object. I did not think I captured it at all because the focus would only hunt and not lock on. When I got inside and checked the footage I was blown away by what I saw. I have no idea what this object is. It is pill shaped with bullet headed ends. This is in rural North Carolina just outside of Greensboro. Enjoy the video and let me know if you have any idea as to what this object is.

Camera: GH5 Lens: Leica 100-400mm at 400mm Camera settings: F6.3 ISO 800 Shutter 1/250th Focal Length 400mm - Equivalent to 1177mm on 35mm FPS 59.94 in 8bit VLOG Thought I was shooting 1/1000th shutter speed but
heat of the moment probably knocked it down, or video recording mode automatically knocked it down. The meta data does not lie. Used the Daylight Linear GHAlex lut and changed gamma to bring in as much detail as I could.

To view the YouTube video, click here.


Category: Weird Desk