On October 26, the former Air Force member was flying his DJI Phantom 3 Professional 4K drone above Ayden District Park when the unidentified flying object traversed the sky at an unbelievable speed. Its movement was too fast for the naked eye to see but upon playing the video on his 4K TV, the veteran was stunned by what he had caught.
“I m 59 years old and retired from the USAF,” the veteran told MUFON. “In my 20 year military career I thought I had seen it all. This footage took me back!”
“The enigmatic object was traveling at an altitude of just 50 feet but its speed far exceeds that of any manned craft that we know of. Its velocity was estimated to be up to 13,000 mph, or 17 times faster than the speed of sound.”
The video was analyzed by MUFON investigator Sanford Davis, who was unable to find a suitable explanation for the sighting.
MUFON organization is not looking for UFOs and aliens, it discredits the actual observations of eyewitnesses. Real UFOs are simply ignored …
“I filed a UFO report with MUFON and they notified NASA and sent them a copy of the video. The video is under investigation and analysis work is being performed on it by both agencies.” says mjlstudios1
Seriously? see on the screen how flies fly, MUFON has sounded the alarm.
MUFON sells certificates of “ufologists” to anybody … for 50$
So that their experts can not distinguish fly, from the UFO.
But when a real UFO detected they ignore this case.
The case discussed on hoaxers channels, they say that it is a real UFO.
This may not be a fly or other insect, but it’s still an insect that flew close to the drone.
The insect can be seen only a few frames, not because that it passed quickly at 13,000 mph or breaks Mach 3.2 , because that 4K video is recorded at 30 frames per second.
In a small number of frames per second fast-moving objects appear blurred.
At 30 frames per second even thrown cigarette butt, it may seem like a cigar-shaped UFO
When shooting at 60 FPS or 120 frames per second, it would be possible to see the movement of the wings, and even better the insect itself.
Framerate Comparison 15/30/60/120fps
Animation of bouncing balls, to show the difference between four framerates, or to check at what framerate YouTube is running on your device.
The uploaded video has 120 frames per second. Currently YouTube can show max 60 fps, so the difference between the 60 and 120 fps ball should be invisible, and in GIF below too.
Compare FPS here https://frames-per-second.appspot.com/
Bonus 10,000fps!? – The Slow Mo Guys
These comments from Hector make smile, leave it for a laugh.