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“Capture the Truth” (with an expensive camera)


Click on the image to enlarge and find the “truth” – there’s a small detail there on the left of Nessie’s body. It’s a nice ad for Sony’s expensive 24.6 megapixels camera.

Keep reading for a couple more excellent images of the series and some further musings.


The Nessie photo is a reference to the “surgeon’s photograph”, which in “actual truth” involved a small toy submarine. Not an inflatable toy.

Next we have Bigfoot:


That’s an obvious homage to the Patterson-Gimlin footage, down to the small details. Plus a small one on Bigooft’s chest. And it’s interesting to note some Bigfoot researchers have actually claimed to have seen a zipper, though it’s all inconclusive given the low resolution of the film. If only they had a +U$2,000 digital camera. From Sony.

Finally, a flying saucer:


I honestly didn’t get what was the “truth” in this image – which as far as I know is also the only one which is not a reference to any actual famous Fortean photo, it’s more akin to the flying saucers from Hollywood. I noticed something there on the left, but is it a string? An antenna? Do make your comment if you got this one. [via erueru]

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4 Comments so far

  1. k March 9th, 2009 6:16 am

    The UFO looks like it has an antenna suggesting it’s a remote contolled toy, but surely a remote controlled flying saucer is a feat of technology in itself?

  2. Antar March 9th, 2009 8:25 am

    I think it’s supposed to be a remote control antenna

  3. Mori March 9th, 2009 10:44 am

    That’s what I thought. Even if it was an RC toy, where’s the propulsion? It doesn’t make much sense, but it seems to be what it was intended to mean.

  4. Chris February 22nd, 2010 5:55 am

    I think that the UFO’s antenna is supposed to represent the phrase ‘Capture the Truth’. It shows that UFO’s are fake, in a way. But don’t you agree they are excellent imitations? I made side by side comparisons of the Sony picture and the picture it was based on and the similarity is uncanny. Good job, Sony

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