Diamond Head Oahu Webcam -- Now LIVE
Below shows a 640x480 webcam image facing towards Honolulu and Diamond Head, on the island of Oahu.. Updated every 1-2 minutes.
Just where am I looking out towards? Basically, you're looking far out towards Honolulu, Waikiki, and Diamond Head. Diamond Head is the mountain in the far background. The buildings you see are part of Waikiki and Honolulu. Click to find out more.
Don't forget to check our second live West Oahu webcam page as well!
Archived webcam images from past 24 hours.
|19th December, 2012 @ 06:06am||19th December, 2012 @ 11:06am||19th December, 2012 @ 03:06pm|
|18th December, 2012 @ 07:06pm||18th December, 2012 @ 11:06pm|
Time-Lapse Video of Webcam of our Oahu, Diamond Head cam. Updated everyday at 1am.
The time lapse videos will allow you to see the changing conditions from night through day, and back into the night. The sweep is 24 hours in duration. You'll see the city lights of Honolulu at night, and the daytime landscape during the time, along with a stunning shift in scenery during sunrise/sunset. Everyday brings about a different change in scenery!
|Download File List||File Size||Last Update||File Info|
|Download Latest 640x480 Version||4 megabytes||19th December, 2012 @ 12:48am||Medium Quality 24 hour Time Lapse DIVX-AVI of Diamond Head Webcam from West Oahu.|
Please note that divx 4.0 or above is required for the video viewing! Divx allows for smaller webcam video file size compression, much better than mpeg or wmv, which is ideal for internet file sharing.
In my opinion, the best webcam views occur during around sunfall which is around 6:30 to 7:15pm. Try to see a live webcam image around then, as the colors of the setting sun impose a great color shift upon the scenery of the island facing towards Diamond Head and the lights of Honolulu.
Daily Journal of Steve and Sophia:
|First thunderstorms of the year|
First thunderstorms of the year arrived, with a low pressure system developing next to the islands. This indicates winter season is in full force now.
A Brief Hawaii Lesson
Snow falls on the Big Island's Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa mountain ranges.