Flying Saucer Camera (Jan, 1953)

Flying Saucer Camera will be used by Air Force to clear up saucer questions. One lens takes regular picture; the other separates light into colors so scientists can judge the source and make-up of saucers.

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  1. [...] [Source] [...]

  2. [...] sightings were being reported at a frenzied pace. In an attempt to weed out the obvious fakes, the Flying Saucer Camera was developed. One of its lenses took a normal picture, and the other separated the light in the [...]

  3. [...] sightings were being reported at a frenzied pace. In an attempt to weed out the obvious fakes, the Flying Saucer Camera was developed. One of its lenses took a normal picture, and the other separated the light in the [...]

  4. lula says: January 31, 20113:38 pm

    what year was it created!

  5. Jari says: February 1, 201110:41 am

    First half of the 50′s. That’s a modified Stereocrafters Videon 35mm stereo camera.

  6. Firebrand38 says: February 1, 201111:20 am

    Full story is here what the photos looked like are here

  7. Jari says: February 1, 20114:32 pm

    Thanks for the links FB! I have a Cokin prism filter, and now, finally I got it why CF-bulb “multiplies” as 8 distinct colour images while incandescent next to it smears to a rainbow.

  8. [...] each year that the government finally decided enough was enough. The Air Force introduced the Flying Saucer Camera, a special camera with two lenses designed to identify the source of strange lights. One lens took [...]

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