Reliably Recording Videos of UAPs/UFOs | Courtney Brown

Reliably Recording Videos of UAPs/UFOs: A New Approach that Works

Courtney Brown

Farsight Institute

Introduction: New camera technology, when combined with novel video editing techniques, enable the video recording of UAPs/UFOs both reliably and repeatedly. Recent discoveries using appropriate equipment and processing approaches have revealed that UAPs/UFOs are present in enormous numbers, virtually everywhere, all the time. They nearly always employ cloaking or stealth technology to hide their presence, but that technology can be overcome with new equipment and editing approaches. Any 10-minute recording done in the middle of the day can normally reveal numerous UAP/UFO crafts. Many crafts are close enough so that one can clearly see the shapes and movements. The speeds are often upwards of 20,000 mph (32,000 kph), so specialized recording approaches are clearly needed. The basic camera requirements to do this are to use high frame rate cameras that have been converted to full spectrum, and then to apply an infrared filter. The cameras used in Farsight experiments are Panasonic Lumix GH6, and they have been converted to full spectrum by . The infrared filters used in our experiments were 590 nm and 830 nm. The footage must be captured using 120 fps, since the crafts move so quickly. Finding the footage with the UAP/UFO crafts is then done using video editing software that allows one to dramatically slow down the playback so as to locate the moving vehicles. Rendering the footage to allow the playback to be uploaded to social media or included in normal video presentations requires additional steps. But the result is unambiguous, and fully replicable. Courtney Brown will bring to the SSE presentation a camera that has been modified to make such videos. He will demonstrate how this is done, and he will demonstrate with an appropriate laptop computer how to locate the UAP/UFO appearances in the footage, as well as how to do basic editing of this footage so that the results can be posted to social media. Methods are applied to rule out bugs, normal human aircraft, birds, and other aerial phenomena in the footage.

Methods: The methods used employ digital videography using cameras that can record at 120 fps in infrared. The editing software used at Farsight to locate the UAP/UFO phenomena is Adobe Premiere. The videos are recorded using the STANDARD video setting (not monochrome or log). Methods to estimate speed include two approaches. The first is to use external elements, such as clouds, trees, rooftops, standard aircraft, etc., to estimate the speeds in mph or kph. The second method is to use a body length per second measurement, where the distance traveled by the UAP/UFO is measured in terms of its own body length.

Results: Dr. Brown will show numerous examples of UAP/UFO video recordings taken with Farsight’s own cameras and processed using Farsight’s own computers.

Implications / Discussion: No longer do people have to rely on others to demonstrate that UAP/UFO are real. Now anyone using appropriate equipment and processing methods can repeatedly and reliably make their own high-quality video recordings of UAP/UFO vehicles.

Courtney Brown, Ph.D., is a college professor specializing in nonlinear mathematical modeling and advanced statistics. Independent of his work at his university, he is the Director of The Farsight Institute. He published a book on the science of remote viewing titled Remote Viewing: The Science and Theory of Nonphysical Perception. He is also the CEO of Farsight, which is a scientific movie company ( ) that is dedicated to publishing investigations using remote viewing, and combining such investigations with new approaches to verifying the existence and behavior of UAP/UFO phenomena.

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Published on January 26, 2024