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Algester, 6 March 2008

Algester, 6 March 2008

A man reported that he had taken three digital photos that recorded ‘orbs’ when examined later. The weather was clear with some high clouds and he was looking to the NNE while taking his photos. The camera was set on ‘Flash’.

(The incidence of ‘orbs’ is much greater when digital cameras are used with the ‘flash’ setting on. When small water droplets or dust particles are illuminated by the camera flash close to the camera lens, the particle is illuminated strongly, and the reflected light entering the camera forms an out of focus circle which is far bigger and dimmer than the image of the particle would be if it were in focus; when it would be much smaller and brighter.)


Algester, Queensland, Australia


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