Try to film "UFO" with a night video camera SiOnyx Aurora sport in the middle of the day with IR filter.
According to the Farsight institute, you can use an IR camera with an IR passband filter, with a modified video camera that covers the entire spectrum from IR to visible light, to successfully film UFOs, "fastwalkers". You should then slow down the playback speed 10 times in the editing program in order to see the UFO.
There is an IR filter on the camera that removes the visible light and only lets through IR on the 720 nm filter to 950 nm.
You can then see fast UFOs flying at high speed in the camera, during the day, in the sky according to Farsight.
This is how it went when I tried it.
Recorded about half an hour against the sky. Didn't see any UFOs in the camera when I was recording.
Then opened the video in the editing program on the computer and slowed down the playback speed 10 times to catch the UFO.
The camera was hand-held, pointed randomly at the sky, and recorded at 60 frames per second.
Cut out the UFOs I saw while editing in short sections. Cut the episodes together into a video. Took out my usual video camera and recorded a reference video against the sky and on it was a flying bird.
The 1st video shows the sky in a regular video camera when a bird flies by as a comparison to the IR camera.
2, 3, 4: the video how the blue sky looks in IR light and how UFOs move quickly across the sky.
5: the video shows how a cloudy sky looks in IR light and how a UFO moves across the sky. According to Farsight, only dark UFO shadows against a light sky background should be UFOs or "fastwalkers".
The question I ask myself is what kind of thing am I getting into the camera?
Could it just be birds?
Didn't see any insects or birds where I videotaped.
Could it be the UFO?
What should I change for the next attempt in the camera setup to be able to determine for sure what is what?
I think another camera needs to be set up in parallel, so I can get stereo vision.