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5-07-2014 UFO RODs Flyby 2 Analysis (60 FPS)

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Published on May 9, 2014

Not using conventional technology (60 FPS @ 102400 ISO), I'm capturing RODS which match Jose Escamilla's from 1991. What I imaged was not the result of slow shutter speeds, filmed at 60 FPS using 1/80th of a second shutter speeds in nocturnal conditions.
In conjunction with http://ufodc.com/
Washington DC UFO: http://ufodc.com/page%2015.html and UFO's encountered in Sedona Arizona while filming Discovery's Uncovering Aliens https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-YXi...
Sedona Arizona UFO: http://ufodc.com/page%2017.html
AREA 51 Nevada UFO: http://ufodc.com/page%2018.html
This real time video sample generated using Nikon D4 with AVID Media Composer 7.0.3-Boris Fx BCC 8.2. Filming 30 frames per second at 1/60th of a second shutter speed at 102400 ISO. The object is to film and freeze action in no light conditions (night time darkness). A major change from Time Laps photography in filming real time (actual action) footage. Cameras are fired autonomously using Nikon Camera Control Pro 2 (Updated version for D4 interface). Remote controlled and remote viewed video applications in a Windows 7 Pro 64 Bit OS. All video processing in 64 Bit AVID/Boris Technology (HD Broadcast Standards)
ROD anomaly is not a bird/insect, and this footage is filmed in high speed mode. 30 frames per second at 1/60th of a second shutter speed.
Jose Escamilla Skyfish, are without doubt, real! This sample taken shows a fast moving, non defined anomaly (ROD) moving with unusual flight characteristics, inconsistent with conventionally known objects? These are all the rods that flew by during this session of terrestrial scanning. These are not insects or birds I have ever seen! Thus far, my only samples are at night*.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2t2r...

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