He described how two objects were "moving parallel to each other across the middle of the screen," The Daily Record reported.
Posting the clip to Youtube, Faodhagain wrote: "The sighting was subsequently removed from the sightings register after it was claimed to be 2 paddle boarders were the cause of the disturbance in the water.
But added: "The viewers can decide for themselves."
Screen Recording 2022 03 23 at 18 07 48, captured on Loch Ness Webcam, of something unexplained.www.youtube.com
However, some viewers were less convinced that the footage captured an image of the infamous Loch Ness Monster.
One person wrote: "Wow I want the last two minutes of my life back."
"There's nothing there?" another person said.
Someone else added: "That could literally be a log or some debris. Literally some other simple and common animal."
To which Faodhagain replied: "The more northerly object takes a sharp turn to the left leaving an unusual wake, you would have to rule out a log or debris, and it is not consistent of a seal to react in such a manner."