Now, we can expect NASA denial.
The video has no clearly defind reference points, like the appearance of ground, trees, hills, buildings and, even, stars. At the end of the video — and to the apparent surprise of the videographer — one of the triangles takes off at incredible speed.
Is this a legitimate night vision video showing unexplained objects in the sky? Just because someone claims that night vision equipment was used to produce evidence of unknown aircraft, does that mean we should accept it as fact?
“The video has signs of night vision fakery,” according to former FBI special agentBen Hansen. “It looks like they added a night vision video effect with a green tint and even some ‘grainy noise’ — the sparkling pixels which are common when night vision is shot in near complete darkness.”
Hansen, the lead investigator of the Syfy Channel‘s “Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files” series, told The Huffington Post in an email that the triangular objects in the Germany video “are too defined. Although the latest night vision technology is very good, when we film in near total darkness, the most intensely lit objects typically give off a slight ‘halo’ or ‘blooming’ effect.’
- ISS Mistaken for UFO over Bulgaria (novinite.com)