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Comic #4153

1 Adam: Wait! What’s that?! I can see a dark shape on the loch!
2 Adam: It might be the Monster!
3 Adam: We just need a flash of lightning to see it properly!
4 SFX: KERACCKK-A-BOOOM!!!! {entire scene is blasted with lightning}

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Like all good monster-hunting cameras, the one they're using is all shaky and indistinct.

It seems to be a property of getting cryptid or UFO photos that the camera has to be poor quality. With the rapid improvement in cameras over the past few decades, the number of photographed sightings of strange phenomena has just gone down. Clearly if you want to make a name for yourself as a monster or ghost hunter or what-have-you, you should buy up vintage 1970s, 60s, or earlier cameras.

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