CAPTURING CLOAKED TECHNOLOGY – by camera
To capture most ET ships on camera. you normally need filters for your camera that extend the range of the camera beyond the visible light part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Now, the visible light part of the electromagnetic spectrum is bookended by the infrared on the lower end and the ultraviolet on the higher end.
All ET ships leak something into some area of the electromagnetic spectrum. The trick is to figure out where that leakage is.
CAMERAS – Infared & Ultraviolet
Normally, stock cameras are designed to filter out the infrared and the ultraviolet parts of the electromagnetic spectrum so that the sensor of the camera only picks up the visible light part. So to see the ships, you need to bypass this automatic filtering. And there are two approaches. The first is cheap and really easy to do, and that is to apply a filter on the outside of the lens that helps to diminish the visible light part of the spectrum from hitting the sensor, thereby causing the camera to let in more radiation total, which amps up the infrared parts. It is a good and inexpensive approach when using cell phone cameras. And we will talk about how to do this later. Our plan is to have an expert come in and discuss how he has used this approach successfully many times.
MODIFYING THE CAMERA – Full Spectrum Camera
But another way is to modify the camera itself so as to remove the internal filters that block the infrared, the ultraviolet, or both, parts of the electromagnetic spectrum. That changes the camera to what is called a full spectrum camera. Then to see things normally with the camera, you have to reapply appropriate filters to the outside of the lens since the ones inside the camera have been removed. This approach is more complicated and more expensive, but it can be done. Again, we will explain all about how this is done in later videos.
CAMERA SENSOR DETECTION -
Now you can ask why stop with the infrared and ultraviolet ends of the electromagnetic spectrum? Why not let radiation into the camera that goes all across the electromagnetic spectrum? The reason is simple. We are limited by what the camera sensors can detect. The camera sensors can detect radiation from the infrared through the ultraviolet, with the visible light part of the spectrum being in the middle. Now, the filters that are inside of all the cameras are designed to cut out the infrared and ultraviolet parts so as to make good images with the visible light part only. So if you take out the filters, the best you can get is the part of the spectrum that includes infrared and visible light and ultraviolet. The sensors cannot do better than that. Now it is possible to design sensors that can do better than that, but they are not available to normal people with consumer or professional grade cameras. Again, most cameras are designed to use only the visible light part of the electromagnetic spectrum, and they do this by applying filters to screen out the other parts. So there is no need for consumer or professional grade cameras to use sensors that pick up parts of the electromagnetic spectrum that go lower than infrared or higher than ultraviolet. So the camera manufacturers don't spend the money to put in sensors that could do this. But this is not a problem. You can see plenty if you do something to allow the infrared and the ultraviolet or both parts of the electromagnetic spectrum to hit the camera sensor.
External filter -
Again, there are two ways to do this. First, an external filter that selectively blocks out part of the visible light spectrum causes the camera to use its automatic gain circuits to let in lots more light total. And that causes an increase in the infrared part of the spectrum that is hitting the camera sensor, and that overwhelms the internal infrared filter a bit, and you can see stuff in that realm of the sensor. That is the cheapest and easiest way to shoot footage of the UFOs. And it works well with cell phones.
The second way, which is a bit more complicated and a bit more expensive, is to modify the camera itself. This second way is normally too difficult to do with cell phone cameras, but it can be done with regular cameras. This second way is to modify the internal filters that are built into the camera to stop the sensor from picking up infrared or ultraviolet parts of the electromagnetic spectrum.
FURTHER DISCUSSIONS ON CAMERA MODIFICATIONS AND USE.
This topic of using filters with your cameras is more complicated than what I have just described. There are details that need to be explained, and we will talk more about that in another briefing, since it involves an entirely new topic of using certain filters with your cameras, or removing certain filters, when you shoot your own videos. Depending on which approach you use, it is not a simple thing. As the months move forward, you will see us explain a lot of stuff. The topic is more complicated the deeper you get into it. We also have to talk about the types of cameras that work best with this. One step at a time. But rest assured that we do have some simple and inexpensive solutions to tell you about that do work with your cell phone cameras. And we have better solutions that work with better cameras if you want to go that route. But give us a chance to slowly spell out what is needed and how you do it. We have a lot to explain to you. What I have given you today is an overview of what is involved and what is coming in the next few months at Farsight. I ask your patience as we move forward with this.