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'Loch Ness Monster' caught on drone footage

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A wild camper was shocked to catch the ‘ Loch Ness Monster ’ on his 4k drone footage.

Richard Mavor couldn’t believe the video he had taken after eagle eyed viewers spotted a mysterious creature in the water.

The 54-year-old embassy pilot was filming footage for his Youtube channel, Richard Outdoors, when he accidentally caught the figure swimming on the banks of the loch in August.

Daily Record Scotland

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HandsomeGorilla

what is a 'wild camper'? 

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Eldorado
5 minutes ago, HandsomeGorilla said:

what is a 'wild camper'? 

Beginner’s guide to wild camping in the UK: law, essential kit and places to camp

One of the great joys of wild camping is the chance to sleep under the stars in beautiful rural locations. Our essential beginner's guide shares expert tips on how to camp safely, kit to take and how to wild camp legally in Britain.

https://www.countryfile.com/uk-travel/holiday-ideas/a-beginners-guide-to-wild-camping/

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ouija ouija

I'm quite impressed by the video :yes:

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HandsomeGorilla
11 minutes ago, Eldorado said:

Beginner’s guide to wild camping in the UK: law, essential kit and places to camp

One of the great joys of wild camping is the chance to sleep under the stars in beautiful rural locations. Our essential beginner's guide shares expert tips on how to camp safely, kit to take and how to wild camp legally in Britain.

https://www.countryfile.com/uk-travel/holiday-ideas/a-beginners-guide-to-wild-camping/

ohhhh! we just call that 'camping' lol

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Timothy

Where’s his 4K footage?

The video in OP link is compressed to 1080.

And the links on the article go to Daily Records own pages for the Loch Ness Monster, Viral Video and Social media.

How annoying…

Edit: If you watch the footage closely, it seems to ‘appear’ in a frame or two. So I suspect CGI.

But I want the uncompressed 4K video to be able to go frame by frame… 

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20 minutes ago, ouija ouija said:

I'm quite impressed by the video :yes:

One of the best I've seen.  It would be nice to know the depth of water there so one could get a bit better idea of scale but it's better than any other as far as showing what looks like a REAL creature, swimming in the Loch.

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papageorge1

More impressive than most. Kind of the classic Nessie shape. Clear why no one would see anything from the shore.

Papameter Reading

50% Nessie    30% Natural composition      20% Hoax

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Timothy
3 minutes ago, and then said:

One of the best I've seen.  It would be nice to know the depth of water there so one could get a bit better idea of scale but it's better than any other as far as showing what looks like a REAL creature, swimming in the Loch.

There are canoes on the shore.

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12 minutes ago, Timothy said:

There are canoes on the shore.

Yeah but I was thinking in terms of how "tall" it might be, so the depth of the water was what I was curious about.  It seemed quite shallow where the critter was.

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Sir Wearer of Hats

It doesn’t look to be swimming, just floating like crocodiles do. The lack of movement could suggest a hoax, but as I say…. Crocodiles.

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Manwon Lender
1 hour ago, Eldorado said:

A wild camper was shocked to catch the ‘ Loch Ness Monster ’ on his 4k drone footage.

Richard Mavor couldn’t believe the video he had taken after eagle eyed viewers spotted a mysterious creature in the water.

The 54-year-old embassy pilot was filming footage for his Youtube channel, Richard Outdoors, when he accidentally caught the figure swimming on the banks of the loch in August.

Daily Record Scotland

Well that proves it especially since the footage was caught by a Wild Camper, logs certainly do float in Loch Ness, I never would have believed it without this footage!:lol:

Thanks for sharing and fir the laugh!:tu:

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Timothy

Over 9 seconds the shape doesn’t change (except for the ripple effect), which definitely looks CG and repeats uniformly along the ‘tail’.

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And it’s still only 1080 on his YouTube channel… But for me it just looks CG.

Edit to embed video.

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OverSword
42 minutes ago, Timothy said:

Where’s his 4K footage?

The video in OP link is compressed to 1080.

And the links on the article go to Daily Records own pages for the Loch Ness Monster, Viral Video and Social media.

How annoying…

Edit: If you watch the footage closely, it seems to ‘appear’ in a frame or two. So I suspect CGI.

But I want the uncompressed 4K video to be able to go frame by frame… 

Agreed.  There it isn't then there it is.  

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ouija ouija
4 minutes ago, OverSword said:

Agreed.  There it isn't then there it is.  

Maybe it just rose a little higher in the water.

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Timothy
22 minutes ago, and then said:

Yeah but I was thinking in terms of how "tall" it might be, so the depth of the water was what I was curious about.  It seemed quite shallow where the critter was.

The edge of the deeper water where it turns a lighter colour would probably only be a few feet/a metre deep.

But that doesn’t really help if Nessie is just sticking its little neck out over the shallow bit… 

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Timothy
6 minutes ago, OverSword said:

Agreed.  There it isn't then there it is.  

In the YouTube video it does appear more gradually, but still the shape doesn’t change and the ripples took too uniform/unnatural/simulated along the tail.

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OverSword
9 minutes ago, ouija ouija said:

Maybe it just rose a little higher in the water.

Maybe

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onlookerofmayhem

While it's pretty well done, it's CGI. 

You can see the blur around the "creature" where it was inserted.

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Resume

PapaJohn meter:1 flat Mountain Dew.

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acute

It's the Loch Ness Monster.

Get over it!

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razman

Alright , where's ChrLzs ?

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Trelane
2 hours ago, Resume said:

PapaJohn meter:1 flat Mountain Dew.

Room temperature please!

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TashaMarie
4 hours ago, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

It doesn’t look to be swimming, just floating like crocodiles do. The lack of movement could suggest a hoax, but as I say…. Crocodiles.

Must be where the Castleford Croc came from.

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ChrLzs
59 minutes ago, razman said:

Alright , where's ChrLzs ?

Jeez, there I was thinkin I'd have a quiet afternoon nap...  OK, I'll look, back shortly...

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