If you want to get a clear shot of a ufo, you need a camera that can at least get a clear shot of a flying jet airliner. Ok let me back up a little.
There are so many possible shtf scenarios. Hurricanes, tornados, earthquakes, floods, emps from solar flares. And those are just the natural disasters.
On the human-made disasters list we’ve got nuclear explosions, emps from nuclear explosions, biological outbreaks, chemical spills, economic collapse, civil wars, zombies. So many options to choose from.
But I’ve just started watching Stranger Things so this week we’re gonna do a short series revolving around alien invasions. I’m not sure whether to classify “alien invasions” as natural, because life from other worlds would be pretty natural, or human-made, because pissing off life from other worlds by shooting their space ships and in-prisoning the passengers in underground facilities, would be a pretty human way to pick a fight.
Either way, here’s what I’ve got. As long as the majority of the population mocks the existence of extraterrestrials, we as a people will never prepare for a possible alien invasion. The very first step in preparing therefore, is proving to the world, beyond a sliver of a doubt, that ufos exist.
I for one am sick and tired of shaky cam of white dots moving on a black or blue canvas. This proves nothing and wastes Internet bandwidth. But what should we do instead I hear you ask.
Well, we all need to get Nikon Coolpix P900’s, that’s what! If you want to get a clear shot of an alien spaceship, you need equipment that can at least get a clear shot of a flying jet airliner. If your camera can shoot video of something that high, moving that fast, and have it be clear, that is the equipment you need, and that is the Nikon P900.
Check out this video of a P900 doing exactly what I just said and more (3:56).
(I like the song too. It made me do a sitting shoulder dance.)
Get this UFO-myth myth-busting camera today (did you see what I did there, it’s gonna bust the myth of the ufo-myth, the ufo-myth is the myth, o never mind) and, for the love of logic, look outside! The best camera in the world cannot film what you never point it at. Think about it, if when at work you only look down at your work, and when at home you only look around in your house, and when commuting you only look ahead at the road, it cannot be considered a mystery that you personally have never seen a ufo scoot by, now can it. So starting today, look outside, and up, regularly, and film something. Go, go, go. The prevention of the alien invasion depends on you. (Mentally picture the uncle Sam poster.)
P.s. did I mention it’s great for reconnaissance in other shtf scenarios? It’s great for reconnaissance in other shtf scenarios.
Go to Part 2 of this series to find out more about night-time ufo spotting.