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This webcam is currently assigned to fs.fed.us. It was originally added on September 26, 2014 and has been viewed 44,013 times since then. The current picture above was taken 16 minutes ago, thereby the webcam seems to be currently active. So far, it was added to their personal favorites on webcams.travel by 8 people.

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This is a near real-time view of Mount St. Helens taken from our new high definition camera. The new camera was installed in June, 2014. This is a high definition camera using H.264 compression. This camera has the capability to offer live streaming. However, our current bandwidth limitations and government security requirements do not allow for live streaming right now. Maximum resolution: 2560x1944 pixels. We have deliberately set the resolution on maximum. Camera Lens: 4 - 8mm, 90°-47° wide, Auto Iris and Manual Focus/Zoom. Camera Focus and Zoom: Manual. Wind vibration is causing the camera to slow drift in and out of focus. The zoom function is also manual. Camera View: We want to show the greater foreground of Mount St. Helens in the image where you can see the 30 plus years of erosion.

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