Originally Posted by DENIEDTRUTHS
I am looking for a Low-Light HD Camcorder for quick low light / Night shooting.
I would like to spend as little as possible but due to my requirements I realize that it is very hard to achieve cheaply.
I just got access to a T3i that I just shoot on auto. I realize I can potentially use this but the objects that I want to capture are not stationary and the sightings are infrequent.
I would most likely never be able to set up a tripod in time to obtain video.
The viewings are random and quickly over for the most part.
I have seen 3 distinctly different objects and it is time to get them on some sort of footage.
I would need to be able to capture quick nightime shots.
Luckily I wasn't alone and the objects were seen by others when I called them to come see.
I would REALLY appreciate any serious
My budget is $1500 to $2500 most likely.
Thanks for any responses.
Pointing a video camera at something in the sky in low light will give you exactly what you want, a shaky, noisy, indistinct image you can use to convince yourself it is a UFO, but make it impossible for anyone else to recognise what it really is.
I had a friend convinced they were surrounded by spirits due to the appearance of "orbs" in photographs, no matter how many times you said it was just out of focus bits of dust caught in the camera flash they wouldn't accept it. We had arguments about, you couldn't make them see any sense, it was like a religion to them, all common sense left them over it. They denied in many photographs that the flash was even used "so it wasn't that".
It got to the point they would holiday in old dark cottages as they always had more spirits than modern places so became a sort of ghost hunter. Of course the explanation is simply old dark cottages require flash photography and have loads of dust, but they wouldn't accept it.
When they moved to a digital camera in order to see in "real-time" if their spirits were with them, which they often were of course, I was able to take everyone of those photographs and using the image data saved with it, prove in each one the flash was used even when they said the flash hadn't fired. So that evidence, an Internet article about it and the fact "orbs" were being spotted in Ebay photo's, they accepted the fact they were just being silly and needed to do more housework!
This same friend also regularly spotted UFO's, but on occasions I were with them and they pointed out what they thought was a UFO, I just saw a plane or a silver helium balloon!
My point is, you can make yourself believe anything.