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Two Suns In The Sky

 
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Two Suns In The Sky
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spock , interesting video
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ok i'm convinced !
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Re: Two Suns In The Sky
can't be venus , to close , can't be the moon , wrong possition , what is it?
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 Quoting: kevinGLP


In TRUTH THERE Is Only ONE SKY....The TWO Sons Are FATHER and SON WITHIN the CONSTRUCT "WOMB' of the Divine Mother.Idol1hfbumpafroyodapeacehappyheart
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Re: Two Suns In The Sky
3 (not talking about lens flare
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Yeah, no seriously...

wtf
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Is that your video?
Did you see that naked eye?

If you did, then I suggest you report your observation to the astronomical community. Good find; you will be famous. "Kevin's Sun". How does that sound?
If you didn't, then the effect is only in the camera.
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01/13/2012 05:00 AM
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Re: Two Suns In The Sky
PIN FLAG THIS BAD BOY
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Re: Two Suns In The Sky
Is that your video?
Did you see that naked eye?

If you did, then I suggest you report your observation to the astronomical community. Good find; you will be famous. "Kevin's Sun". How does that sound?
If you didn't, then the effect is only in the camera.
 Quoting: MrZephyros
wish it was, found it on live leak hiding
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PIN FLAG THIS BAD BOY
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ty for the suggestion smile
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Re: Two Suns In The Sky
can't be venus , to close , can't be the moon , wrong possition , what is it?
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You're not really this dense, are you?

It's clearly lens flare. Notice how it's the exact same size and shape as the lens flare on the right?

Notice how when he moves the camera to the left the dot gets closer to the sun? Have you honestly never looked through a camera before? Jesus Christ you have to be fucking kidding me.
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camera setting , Htc evo full zoom brightness all the way down
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Re: Two Suns In The Sky
can't be venus , to close , can't be the moon , wrong possition , what is it?
 Quoting: kevinGLP


You're not really this dense, are you?

It's clearly lens flare. Notice how it's the exact same size and shape as the lens flare on the right?

Notice how when he moves the camera to the left the dot gets closer to the sun? Have you honestly never looked through a camera before? Jesus Christ you have to be fucking kidding me.
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you're blind , and you're wrong
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wow!

that is some crazy shit there...
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wow!

that is some crazy shit there...
 Quoting: signum
agree , 2 weeks ago I notice that the day was super bright , looked up and I thought I saw a bright dot next to the sun, wish I had a welders mask or real dark sunglasses , just dismissed it as a sunny day
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Re: Two Suns In The Sky
can't be venus , to close , can't be the moon , wrong possition , what is it?
 Quoting: kevinGLP


You're not really this dense, are you?

It's clearly lens flare. Notice how it's the exact same size and shape as the lens flare on the right?

Notice how when he moves the camera to the left the dot gets closer to the sun? Have you honestly never looked through a camera before? Jesus Christ you have to be fucking kidding me.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8113694


Did you even watch the whole video? The guy who filmed it clearly points out that the lens flare visible actually reflects the orb to the left of the sun, which remains exactly in the same position no matter how he moves the camera.

The len's flare proves that the orb wasn't added in digitally, now I wanna know what the fk that thing is. Might kinda, ya know, important.
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Re: Two Suns In The Sky
you're blind , and you're wrong
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Ok, please explain to me how I'm wrong.
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Re: Two Suns In The Sky
you're blind , and you're wrong
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Ok, please explain to me how I'm wrong.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8113694
just the video , not saying that you're totaly wrong , just an interesting video , I seen alot of videos with lens flare , but this one looks alittle different
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Re: Two Suns In The Sky
can't be venus , to close , can't be the moon , wrong possition , what is it?
 Quoting: kevinGLP


You're not really this dense, are you?

It's clearly lens flare. Notice how it's the exact same size and shape as the lens flare on the right?

Notice how when he moves the camera to the left the dot gets closer to the sun? Have you honestly never looked through a camera before? Jesus Christ you have to be fucking kidding me.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8113694


Did you even watch the whole video? The guy who filmed it clearly points out that the lens flare visible actually reflects the orb to the left of the sun, which remains exactly in the same position no matter how he moves the camera.

The len's flare proves that the orb wasn't added in digitally, now I wanna know what the fk that thing is. Might kinda, ya know, important.
 Quoting: WTF_is_a_Moniker


no forget that, that aint no lens flare!!!

Last Edited by signum on 01/13/2012 05:16 AM
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Re: Two Suns In The Sky
can't be venus , to close , can't be the moon , wrong possition , what is it?
 Quoting: kevinGLP


You're not really this dense, are you?

It's clearly lens flare. Notice how it's the exact same size and shape as the lens flare on the right?

Notice how when he moves the camera to the left the dot gets closer to the sun? Have you honestly never looked through a camera before? Jesus Christ you have to be fucking kidding me.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8113694


Did you even watch the whole video? The guy who filmed it clearly points out that the lens flare visible actually reflects the orb to the left of the sun, which remains exactly in the same position no matter how he moves the camera.

The len's flare proves that the orb wasn't added in digitally, now I wanna know what the fk that thing is. Might kinda, ya know, important.
 Quoting: WTF_is_a_Moniker
ty smile
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Re: Two Suns In The Sky
can't be venus , to close , can't be the moon , wrong possition , what is it?
 Quoting: kevinGLP


You're not really this dense, are you?

It's clearly lens flare. Notice how it's the exact same size and shape as the lens flare on the right?

Notice how when he moves the camera to the left the dot gets closer to the sun? Have you honestly never looked through a camera before? Jesus Christ you have to be fucking kidding me.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8113694


Did you even watch the whole video? The guy who filmed it clearly points out that the lens flare visible actually reflects the orb to the left of the sun, which remains exactly in the same position no matter how he moves the camera.

The len's flare proves that the orb wasn't added in digitally, now I wanna know what the fk that thing is. Might kinda, ya know, important.
 Quoting: WTF_is_a_Moniker


to be fair, see the last few seconds when he moves the camera to the left, it does effect the small orb?

just a thought.
 Quoting: signum
checking
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Re: Two Suns In The Sky
Nope, stays in the same spot.
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You're not really this dense, are you?

It's clearly lens flare. Notice how it's the exact same size and shape as the lens flare on the right?

Notice how when he moves the camera to the left the dot gets closer to the sun? Have you honestly never looked through a camera before? Jesus Christ you have to be fucking kidding me.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8113694


Did you even watch the whole video? The guy who filmed it clearly points out that the lens flare visible actually reflects the orb to the left of the sun, which remains exactly in the same position no matter how he moves the camera.

The len's flare proves that the orb wasn't added in digitally, now I wanna know what the fk that thing is. Might kinda, ya know, important.
 Quoting: WTF_is_a_Moniker


to be fair, see the last few seconds when he moves the camera to the left, it does effect the small orb?

just a thought.
 Quoting: signum
checking
 Quoting: kevinGLP
it doesn't move, guessing sun glare
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Re: Two Suns In The Sky
He's shooting through a pane of glass that would explain the 2nd "fixed position" flare.

C'mon.
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You're not really this dense, are you?

It's clearly lens flare. Notice how it's the exact same size and shape as the lens flare on the right?

Notice how when he moves the camera to the left the dot gets closer to the sun? Have you honestly never looked through a camera before? Jesus Christ you have to be fucking kidding me.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8113694


Did you even watch the whole video? The guy who filmed it clearly points out that the lens flare visible actually reflects the orb to the left of the sun, which remains exactly in the same position no matter how he moves the camera.

The len's flare proves that the orb wasn't added in digitally, now I wanna know what the fk that thing is. Might kinda, ya know, important.
 Quoting: WTF_is_a_Moniker


to be fair, see the last few seconds when he moves the camera to the left, it does effect the small orb?

just a thought.
 Quoting: signum
checking
 Quoting: kevinGLP


i edited post above. i dont think it does effect it after watching again.

Last Edited by signum on 01/13/2012 05:18 AM
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Flare on glass.
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What a load of shit.
Another public service announcement from the Southern Hemisphere Information Leveraging Locus.
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Did you even watch the whole video? The guy who filmed it clearly points out that the lens flare visible actually reflects the orb to the left of the sun, which remains exactly in the same position no matter how he moves the camera.

The len's flare proves that the orb wasn't added in digitally, now I wanna know what the fk that thing is. Might kinda, ya know, important.
 Quoting: WTF_is_a_Moniker


to be fair, see the last few seconds when he moves the camera to the left, it does effect the small orb?

just a thought.
 Quoting: signum
checking
 Quoting: kevinGLP


i edited post above. i dont think it does effect it after watching again.
 Quoting: signum
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:1star4ufool:
Another public service announcement from the Southern Hemisphere Information Leveraging Locus.
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Re: Two Suns In The Sky
Flare on glass.
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What a load of shit.
 Quoting: Zero Point
flares on glass? , no it's not , it would be blurry and out of focus , this is to steady

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