The market value for clear bigfoot footage is $100 per second. A clear footage during a BFRO Expedition will get you about $200 per second.
The BFRO posted the following on it's website about a month ago:
Let it be known far and wide: The market value for bigfoot footage is $100 per second. Shout it from the mountain tops. It’s a fact!
The BFRO is willing to pay at least $100 per second for new and authentic footage of a bigfoot (i.e. clear footage in daylight or in headlights).
If $100-per-second seems like too much to pay for bigfoot footage … consider that most sightings last only a few seconds. And consider that very few people have observed a bigfoot in daylight, and at close range (less than 100 feet), for more than 30 minutes or so.
Observations lasting more than a minute or two are exceedingly rare. That will not change.
The supply of new, authentic bigfoot footage will never exceed the demand.
If you obtain clear bigfoot video footage during a BFRO expedition, the market value will be at least $200 per second. That’s what we would pay for it.