10/16/2018 08:27Thanks for the info Andy. I realized that it must be a new camera after I left my post. Love the snow!
I think they've added a third camera. It isn't named as a summit camera, like the other two, but it looks closer to the main craters. Looks like a tiny bit of nylon has caught over the lens. Or maybe spiderweb? UK 14:14 29/09/18
9/29/2018 08:19It's been awhile since I was here & it looks like they really moved the camera?
Groetjes uit het mooie BRUGGE
Exactly one week ago today, I was right there looking at her in real time. Her Sicillian name suits her ...... Mongibello :)
It is 6:35 Am and She is exploding bit!
Someone ordered clouds again. Very naughty.
Thankyou Skyline for this live cam- woud it be possible to move the angle of the camera view a bit left to allow a better view of the eruptions- Many thanks
Thank you, Patti
Barbara P. I saw your video! It's great. It was well captured in good time! Thanks for sharing.
Would be great if a telephoto lens could zero in on Etna. Its very tiny because camera is on low powe
Thank you Skyline, it's still unbelievable to me to see Etna being so active, even more then Stromboli. Eruptions are getting bigger...
Pretty consistent eruptions going on. I didn't realise Mount Etna was as active as this. I thought it was a bit like Vesuvius.Thanks for running the cam
Inconsiderate lava keeps spewing way over to the left.