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I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
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I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
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You remember me home security camera guy..

http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-131511....ht=Cameras

You guessed it! My new outdoor backyard camera caught mysterious flying rods last night. Never seen anything like it. Things fly wierd. They look like flying centipedes and are very illuminicent.

I cant figure out how to upload (or save the image yet)

Bizarre
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-Vod-
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06-12-2019 11:56 AM

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RE: I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
It looks like this ?

[Image: InsectRod2.jpg]

It's some insects.

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RE: I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
It's bugs and a camera artifact, like all flying rods.
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RE: I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-12-2019 11:42 AM)
You remember me home security camera guy..

http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-131511....ht=Cameras

You guessed it! My new outdoor backyard camera caught mysterious flying rods last night. Never seen anything like it. Things fly wierd. They look like flying centipedes and are very illuminicent.

I cant figure out how to upload (or save the image yet)

Bizarre


Your recording rate is too low....what ya got it on, 5fps ?
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RE: I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
Ms Johanna Strange  Wrote: (06-12-2019 12:00 PM)
It's bugs and a camera artifact, like all flying rods.

Yep, just wait till he sees a balloon spider float slowly by....

"I caught a poultrygiest on my camera !!"
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RE: I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-12-2019 12:28 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-12-2019 11:42 AM)
You remember me home security camera guy..

http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-131511....ht=Cameras

You guessed it! My new outdoor backyard camera caught mysterious flying rods last night. Never seen anything like it. Things fly wierd. They look like flying centipedes and are very illuminicent.

I cant figure out how to upload (or save the image yet)

Bizarre


Your recording rate is too low....what ya got it on, 5fps ?

You can prove they are moths by setting the shutter speed and exposure time.

Start off with one shutter speed and exposure time. Then halve the exposure time.

The "rods" should now be half as long (you only catch "baby" rods) but the images of the "rods" should be twice as far apart.

If all you control is the shutter speed (frames per second) double the frames per second and again, all you will catch are "baby" rods (half length) that travel half as far between frames.
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RE: I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-12-2019 04:54 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-12-2019 12:28 PM)
Your recording rate is too low....what ya got it on, 5fps ?

You can prove they are moths by setting the shutter speed and exposure time.

Start off with one shutter speed and exposure time. Then halve the exposure time.

The "rods" should now be half as long (you only catch "baby" rods) but the images of the "rods" should be twice as far apart.

If all you control is the shutter speed (frames per second) double the frames per second and again, all you will catch are "baby" rods (half length) that travel half as far between frames.

More than likely Nats or Beetles of some sort....Moths are general flying to slow to cause the "rod" effect
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RE: I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
Trippy. Reminds me of I think "From Beyond" based on Lovecraft story. Scientist builds a 'resonator' which can summon things from another dimension.
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RE: I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
Holy flying rods Batman

[Image: BatmanRobin.jpg]

When you stare into a mirror and nobody is there, you will know the reflection has become self aware.
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RE: I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
-Vod-  Wrote: (06-12-2019 11:56 AM)
It looks like this ?

link to image: https://www.tarrdaniel.com/documents/Ufo...ctRod2.jpg

It's some insects.

Exactly like that. They look like they're illuminated. Both the two outside cameras caught them last night yet not the night before or the night before that. It's crazy footage man. It's like they're attracted to the cameras or something, just by the way they fly around them. They almost seemed to materialize out of nothing and then there they are. I have a sensor light right below the camera and the sensor light didnt turn on. My camera from in the backyard seem to catch them about 3 times about an hour apart each time. It's crazy. I got to find a way to download these as keepers.
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RE: I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-12-2019 04:57 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-12-2019 04:54 PM)
You can prove they are moths by setting the shutter speed and exposure time.

Start off with one shutter speed and exposure time. Then halve the exposure time.

The "rods" should now be half as long (you only catch "baby" rods) but the images of the "rods" should be twice as far apart.

If all you control is the shutter speed (frames per second) double the frames per second and again, all you will catch are "baby" rods (half length) that travel half as far between frames.

More than likely Nats or Beetles of some sort....Moths are general flying to slow to cause the "rod" effect

No. I don't believe they are moths. As soon as i saw the footage this morning i right away recognized them as that footage from about 20 yrs ago when the term 'rod' first came about. They look like centipedes but glowing like angels
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RE: I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-12-2019 12:32 PM)
Ms Johanna Strange  Wrote: (06-12-2019 12:00 PM)
It's bugs and a camera artifact, like all flying rods.

Yep, just wait till he sees a balloon spider float slowly by....

"I caught a poultrygiest on my camera !!"

You know these cameras are all motion activated. I put one camera inside in my kitchen in the house and about two hours ago(while away at work) i get notification telling me motion was detected inside on my kitchen camera. Well, i live alone so i looked at the footage and there lighting in the kitchen seemed to get brighter then darker but nobody(nothing) in the footage. What set it off? It only set off one time today so im puzzled. I will look more closely later tonight at it
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RE: I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-12-2019 12:28 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-12-2019 11:42 AM)
You remember me home security camera guy..

http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-131511....ht=Cameras

You guessed it! My new outdoor backyard camera caught mysterious flying rods last night. Never seen anything like it. Things fly wierd. They look like flying centipedes and are very illuminicent.

I cant figure out how to upload (or save the image yet)

Bizarre


Your recording rate is too low....what ya got it on, 5fps ?

HD cameras with 1080p. Its all quality.
Ive owned shitty quality security camers before and these are 1000x better quality
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RE: I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
there are many things in the universe,

most of which the naked eye can not see,

453005 I can´t teach you anything, I can only make you think
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RE: I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-12-2019 09:38 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-12-2019 12:28 PM)
Your recording rate is too low....what ya got it on, 5fps ?

HD cameras with 1080p. Its all quality.
Ive owned shitty quality security camers before and these are 1000x better quality

1080p is a resolution and has nothing to do with recording rate .

Fps = frames per second

Most cameras can record in 5,10,15,20,25 or 30 fps and some systems can even record at higher rates

So you can record at which ever you chose .

5 frames per second with every frame being a still shot pic of 1080p or 30 FPS at 1080p

The first gives a 'choppy' playback of a moving object

30 gives more fluid playback but eats up storage space quickly


I'll post you some link after dinner explaining .....trust me, you're no where near the 1st to claim you've found "ET"
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