No, I am saying that the Go Fast vid is not relevant to the question, as there is no reason to believe it shows anything other than some object drifting in the wind. It does not demonstrate "impossible" speed requiring an extraordinary explanation.>>10989299
DUring "Gimbal?" No, there was one pilot of the plane on which the video was recorded, and some number of crew.
If it makes you happier, amend that to "What if it was a new crew?" Trainees or "rookies?" Or were using equipment new to them?
Last I looked, we know little to nothing baout that crew. If we have new information about the crew, then my "what if" may be invalid.
In any case, since he "rotation" of the target is in all instances synchronous with the camera rotation, as demonstrated by looking at how other artifacts in the footage rotate as the camera rotates, all synchronized to the apparent rotation of the target, it is pretty obvious that the object is not rotating, the camera is.
This does not imply that the target is an artifact -- though it does imply that the apparent SHAPE and rotational motion is. The only really likely explanation is a heat source in flight hot enough to produce glare. That glare is an artifact of the imaging system, and thus rotates as the imaging system rotates.
There is nothing there inconsistent with the pretty normal flying heat source -- a jet aircraft.