Saturday, October 19, 2019

"Haunted" Camera Takes 300 Photos by Itself

Photo date: October 18, 2019. Photographer: Mark Mahin.

The video below shows a most astonishing and inexplicable occurrence. While I was photographing falling water drops, I suddenly observed my Sony A6000 camera taking a very large number of photos, when no one was touching the camera.  The camera took about 300 photos by itself, without anyone touching it.  These photos occurred in 13 separate bursts, with about 8 or 9 seconds between most of these bursts.  The camera was in "Sports Action" mode, a "burst" mode that allows multiple pictures to be taken by holding down the shutter button.  Because there were 13 separate photo bursts, it was as if some invisible spirit was holding down the shutter button 13 separate times.


There are no possible camera settings that can cause this camera to perform in such a way.  There was no way that this could have been some "delayed action" effect produced by some self-timer setting. When the Sony A6000 is in "Sports Action" mode (also called "burst" mode), it is physically impossible to choose any of the "delayed action" or "self-timer" options offered by the camera (which cannot take more than 3 photos at a time when such options are chosen).

The "Remote Control" setting on the camera (which I have never changed) was "Off."  Some people operate Sony A6000 cameras by remote control, by either plugging in a remote control cable into the side of the camera, or by downloading a smartphone app allowing a degree of remote control. I have never bought such a cable, or downloaded such an app, and have never made any use of any remote control feature or wi-fi feature with this camera. You can see in the video that there is no cable plugged into the side of the camera, which proves that a cable remote-control was not used.  As for the remote control smartphone app,  according to the link here it is not possible to use "burst mode" (as we see here) with such an app.  User LeButler tells us that the smartphone remote control app allows "1 shot every 2 seconds at best from what I've seen" and is "single-shot only." User benmao says "it is not possible" to use burst-mode with the smartphone remote control app.

This occurred while I was in the middle of photographing water drops falling in front of a black background. Looking at the photos stored on the camera, I saw that about 300 consecutive photos were taken showing only the black background, matching the 300 or so times you see a flash occurring in this video.  I never manually take photos of only the black background.

What we see in this video is a very dramatic manifestation similar to the equally inexplicable manifestation shown in this video, where we see the camera repeatedly changing its setting screens when no was touching it. I have also seen the same camera repeatedly take single-shot photos by itself, when I was three meters away from it (and no "delayed action" or "self-timer" setting was in effect).

I will not be enormously surprised if I one day see this Sony A6000 camera levitating, as such a thing would be no more wondrous and inexplicable than what is shown in these videos, and in the series of 130+ photo posts here, most of which  show photos taken with this camera.  Very many of the photos in that series seem to show a mysterious and incredibly precise control over matter that I find far more impressive than it would be if a camera were to simply rise up in the air.

Friday, October 18, 2019

Spooky Camera Acted As If Spirit-Controlled

The Sony A6000 camera has a Mode Dial at the top. By turning  the Mode Dial with your finger, you can bring up different menu screens. Below is a video showing what I observed on October 7. No one is touching the camera. But the camera is somehow switching back and forth between different Mode Dial settings.  Because of low lighting, you cannot clearly see the Mode Dial in the video. But the physical setting of the Mode Dial must have been switching each time the screen changes in the video below. This is a physical movement very much like the "channel dial" movement that you made to change channels on a TV set decades ago, before TV sets had remote controls.



What we see here is something every bit as spooky as it would have been back in 1960 if you turned on your TV (before there were any remote controls), and saw your TV switching between different channels, even though no one was touching the TV set. There is no way to change the Mode Dial of the Sony A6000 through any type of remote control or wifi or electronics. The only way to change the Mode Dial setting is by exertion of a physical force similar to switching a knob on a lamp or changing a TV channel on an old-fashioned TV.


See here for another video of the camera acting in a similar way. 

I have in recent weeks seen the same camera more than seven times take photos by itself, when I was three meters from the camera, and no kind of "delayed photo" setting was in effect.  During this time the Sony A6000 camera was set in Sports Action mode, and while this camera is in such a mode, it is actually impossible to use any "delayed photo" option by which the camera fires after an interval. 

Thursday, October 17, 2019

A Striped Green Orb

Photo date: October 15, 2019. Photographer: Mark Mahin.

We see below a mysterious orb I photographed indoors near a bookcase.

Orb Veils and Orb Holes

Photo date: October 7, 2019. Photographer: Mark Mahin.

I took the photos below while photographing only ordinary drops of pure, clean water falling in front of a black featureless background.  We see some strange orbs with holes, along with seven of the wispy things I call orb veils.

orb veils

Below we see some more of the strange holes.

mysterious holes

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

A Striped Sky Orb

Photo date: October 15, 2019. Photographer: Mark Mahin.

Below we see a mysterious striped orb that I photographed in the sky.


There was no fog, mist, rain or precipitation on this night.

Striped Strangely

Below we see some mysterious striped orbs that I photographed in recent days.

paranormal marks

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

A Speeding Orange Orb

Photo date: October 14, 2019. Photographer: Mark Mahin.

The photo below shows a mysterious orb I photographed indoors.  See here for 22 other photos of speeding orange orbs.

speeding orange orb