Looks to me like it moves upward away from the lights, then back down to the left of them.
You can't see how silver in direct sunlight could be bright? You can even see in AS12-46-6779 that the silver is segmented just like the light in the video.
Yeah, if one's a reflection off an external object, and the other's a reflection off part of the camera, then they wouldn't move together would they?
Upwards away from the lights? To me, it definitely moves upwards to the right side and towards the lights. And then, yes, back down and to the left of them.
Look at the second image below - not in sunlight, yet still shining brightly through in the darkness. That isn't possible with LM silver insulation, they would have to be actual lights.
The stationary light in the upper left is also in darkness as the bank of lights moves. And both lights appear quite solid, which further supports the argument that they are indeed original sources of light, not "foggy", undefined and translucent reflections (as seen with light red reflections in the first image below) into the camera or reflections from external objects.
Edited by turbonium, 05 October 2006 - 06:36 AM.