so while working in my garage tonight I got alert on my phone that the ISS was going to be zooming over in just a few minutes…I rushed out and repositioned my V3.
the video is pixelated a bit ( i think due in part to my quick editing) but you get the idea, it begins right in the center of the frame, if you notice a small trail following the station (almost like a little comet or meteor) that is actually just a video artifact. I also captured it in night vision ( which worked considerably better) and while its in night vision on the top right area of the screen, that bright star looking thing is actually the planet mars.
so it has now been captured in both regular vision and night vision and long enough I think everyone can get an idea for how fast it goes over. this was roughly a 3-4 minute pass. I edited this video down to make it a quick and easy 40 second clip
but considering I captured something the size of a football field…in low earth orbit…250 miles above the surface of our planet…with nothing more than an amazing 20$ Wyze cam V3…I would say it was a success and Wyze has done it yet again.