With all the low res/quality UAP videos – what is the ideal passive camera setup for someone wanting to spot UAPs?

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Okay UFO/UAP community.

With all the crappy quality UAP footage I’m keen to start learning what’s out there for continual passive recording / object detection for both day/night.

Ie, is there anything I can set/forget that will monitor for movement and reliably record? One of the biggest issues seems to be lack of zoom / focus.

From my balcony I get about 100° of visible skyline, with a radius of ~11km (horizon/vanishing point). I’m in a dense metro area, air quality usually good, eg <25AQI with decent lineal line of sight as far as 60km.

What could I setup that would allow me to monitor 24/7 or at least check in on periodically? Is there anything?

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