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Potential Orbs?
03-10-2016, 02:15 AM
Post: #31
RE: Potential Orbs?
Quote:First one, definitely, second, probably. Ever notice how the people who claim it's dust, can't explain why there's only ONE piece of dust illuminated at that time? Ever see ONE particle of dust? Also, wouldn't EVERY still photo with a flash capture dust? Mean to say dust isn't always in the air?
I've also caught orbs with an external flash so that "reason" is another weak attempt at explaining away things people disbelieve for what ever reason.
You know what you see. You know the circumstance. Thanks for sharing.

Dust must be extremely close to the lens when the flash goes off in order to show up as an orb in a photo. So no there's not just one particle of dust in the vicinity, just one in the right spot in relation to the lens and flash. It's not about the flash, it's the lens and its relationship to the dust. The flash simply bounces light off the dust and the ones in the right position show up in the photo.

If dust orbs were paranormal then why wouldn't you see them with the naked eye since the camera is taking photos within the visible light spectrum.

Answer me this, I have a full-spectrum camera that doesn't use a flash. I take open shutter photos on a tripod with constant infrared light instead of a flash. So my camera can see into 3 light spectrums (IR, UV and visible) instead of 1 (visible). So why in hundreds of photos have I not captured one single orb? The only thing missing from this equation is a flash. And for your information, this backscatter is now showing up in digital camera user manuals telling you how NOT to get these orbs in your photos. Their recommendation is to not use a flash.
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03-21-2016, 10:04 AM
Post: #32
RE: Potential Orbs?
First time poster here. I'm going with dog hair, especially in the second photo.
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03-21-2016, 10:35 AM
Post: #33
RE: Potential Orbs?
"Dust must be extremely close to the lens when the flash goes off in order to show up as an orb in a photo."
That may be so, but I've gotten orbs clear across the room. (I know, how do I know? Please!)

"I have a full-spectrum camera that doesn't use a flash. I take open shutter photos on a tripod with constant infrared light instead of a flash. So my camera can see into 3 light spectrums (IR, UV and visible) instead of 1 (visible). So why in hundreds of photos have I not captured one single orb"
I have taken plenty also where nothing has shown up. In your explanation there should be "one" spec of dust in each photo. I've taken hundreds of videos also with nothing captured. "They" are not around all the time. Not all places have them.
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