Not my video, but taken by Oliver Wright, up in the North of Sweden in the Arctic Circle. I've always assumed the 'lights' just sat there in the sky and maybe over a few minutes moved about. How wrong I was. I've never watched a live video showing the Aurora's ... after about 1':40" into the video the lights really start to move about quickly. I didn't realize they moved so fast. Fantastic to watch.
WOW!!! Thanks for showing us this Video Howie. That is absolutely stunning!
I also wasn't aware the Aurora moved that fast. Amazing.
__________________________________________ Ken James - Snake Valley Australia CAMERAS: Samsung SCB-4000, Mallincam Xtreme & Xterminator, 3 different Revolution Imagers, 2 ToUcams, SX-5c, Canon 350d, 2 different IMX224's (an RI & RT) and an RT178. Broadcaster on NSN as 'Snake Valley Australia' HERE --> www.nightskiesnetwork.com/ - Video Astronomy Website: ballaratman.wix.com/videoastronomy
Also notice the great dynamic range of his camera - you see people waving and the tent and yet he just points it up and beside the Aurora you see stars and all good quality low noise video at high frame rate. Someone else asked the question in the comments on his youtube account ... Canon 5DIV with a Sigma ART 24mm lens. ISO 25600 and f/1.4 and shot in video mode (of course). Body only around $4800 aussie dollars and that lens around $1050 aussies! Ouch