Using the Sony DSC-HX5V the Volcán Pacaya was filmed during one is it's ever occuring eruptions. The molten lava is bright and clear, shot in AVCHD 1920x1080 at 60 fps interlaced (interpolated here to 30 fps progressive) at a 17 Mbps bitrate.

A note from the filmographer: For dramatic effect, my one post-production process that throws off otherwise reference results is the use of Red Giant Magic Bullet Looks, a suite of color saturation/contrast/diffusion/gradient effects that make the footage look more "cinematic." 

Tags: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX5v, AVCHD, High ISO, 1080p Full HD, Time-lapse, Manual focus, Zoom, Sample video

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Dave (7:43 PM, May 23, 2011)
What software/hardware did you use on the Sony camera to get time lapse working? If you could send me an email with a howto then that would be fantastic! My email is cemical at gmail dot com