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Aerial shot of a black dormant volcano crater under clear sky

Volcanoes - Clip 4

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Overview of Wide Tephra Explosion Crater.

In this aerial shot, we glide over the Hverfjall Crater in Iceland, witnessing its grandeur from a perspective that showcases its immense scale. The crater's vast, bowl-like depression is a study in texture and form, with the black sands creating a stark, almost monochromatic landscape. The crater’s steep slopes are etched with patterns made by the elements over time, leading down to the flat expanse at its base. Surrounding the crater, the terrain transitions to a lush landscape, providing a stark visual contrast to the dark hues of the volcanic sand. This video captures the silent, yet imposing presence of the crater, a natural monument carved by the powerful forces of volcanic activity. The tranquility of the scene belies the tumultuous past of this impressive geological formation.

Aerial Shot of Hverfjall Crater's Geologic Wonder in Nourthen Iceland.

Filmed with precision by a team of experienced cinematographers using cutting-edge technology, this footage explores the fascinating geology and formation history of Hverfjall Crater in Iceland. Available in both 2160p 4K and 1080p HD, the video captures the breathtaking beauty and geological significance of this iconic crater. Designed for a comprehensive viewing experience, it supports landscape mode with a 16:9 aspect ratio, providing an expansive view of the crater’s structure, and portrait mode, ideal for smartphone screens and social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram reels, TikTok, and YouTube shorts.

Hverfjall Crater, a striking example of volcanic activity, offers invaluable insights into the geology and volcanic history of Iceland. Formed approximately 2,500 years ago during a volcanic explosion, Hverfjall is one of the largest tephra cones in the world, showcasing the immense power of volcanic forces. The crater, measuring about 1 km in diameter and 140 meters deep, is the result of magma coming into contact with groundwater, causing an explosive phreatomagmatic eruption. The surrounding landscape is composed of tephra, volcanic ash, and fragments ejected during the eruption, creating a unique geological feature that attracts scientists and tourists alike.

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4K Clip

  • Codec: H264
  • Resolution: 3840×2160
  • Frame Rate: 29,97 fps
  • Bitrate: 100 Mbit/s

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  • Resolution: 1920×1080
  • Frame Rate: 29,97 fps
  • Bitrate: 100 Mbit/s

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  • Resolution: 1080×1920
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