On April 22, 2015, Chile‘s Calbuco Volcano interrupted its 42 year dormancy with an eruption that was filmed by video enthusiasts all around the area. Martin Heck from Timestorm Films captured the 4K time lapse above. Compare that to one of the first Calbuco eruption videos to surface online, a straight-forward shot filmed by Rodrigo Barrera via The New York Times, below:
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