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UFO Sighting

Sighting Basics

Case Number 55135
Log Number MX-04012014-0003
Date Submitted 04/01/2014 03:27 UTC
Date of the Event 12/31/2012 12:00 UTC
Source MUFON
Disposition Unresolved
Summary Lights over the bay in Puerto Vallarta at new years eve (Series of photos taken by professional photographer)
Tags disc hovering lights photo

Sighting Location

City Puerto Vallarta
Region Jalisco
Country Mexico

Sighting Specifics

Viewing Distance Over One Mile
Sighting Duration Undisclosed
Object Features Unknown
Object Flight Path Hovering then path,Path with directional change,Path then hovering
Object Shape Other
Weather Factors Unknown

Sighting Details

New years eve. I was setting my Nikon D90 at a condo in the 7th floor of a building right by the sea at Puerto Vallarta, to catch some good pictures of fireworks. While getting my settings adjusted i notice that with every shot, i was getting some weird lights on my display screen, although nothing was visible at eye sight. As a photographer I knew it could be a number of different things, from dirt on the sensor, to reflecting lights through the lens, to a low shutter speed causing distortion of the light. I will explain in the following points the technical characteristics of the images I��ve attached to discard the possible explanations mention above. - As shown in the series of pictures, the shot was taken from the same place at the same angle in a period of 1 hour 39 minutes. During that period the boats at the bay, the people and the chinese balloons show movement caused my a shutter speed of 5 sec at f7.1...meaning the shutter speed was open during 5 seconds, and during that time anything moving would register blurred in movement.. but not the 2 pairs of lights in the sky... meaning the lights were not moving at all during those 5 seconds. That fact alone discards the possibility of airplane, helicopter, random lights int the sky or anything moving. - In the second photo, all the boats have moved but the 2 pairs of lights are in the exact same place 32 min after the first picture was taken, (this could mean dirt in the sensor or the lens, maybe light in the back of the camera filtering through the lens right?) - Third picture.. 14 min after the last picture... both sets of lights have drastically change their position, but maintaining formation. This discards what was mention above. I believe this are 2 different objects hovering above the bay. - Fourth picture ... after new years fireworks, both sets of light change their position in the sky once again, yet like int he last picture they maintain their formation, also a fifth light appears. The lights were only visible through the camera and only with very low shutter speeds. After the fireworks I took more pictures and the lights were gone. My guess is as good as yours, I would love your input on the subject.

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