Undeniably, GoPro are strong and resistant cameras. But we probably did not imagine at this point …

Erick Storm is the guide and owner of Kilauea EcoGuides, Hawaii. A year and a half ago, he decided to shoot molten lava with his GoPro. Until then, nothing but very normal (although it is not trivial to visit a volcano in activity, but let’s go) … until the intrepid adventurer decides to film the lava much more closely.

This camera fires

What better than to slide the camera into a crevasse where the lava is infiltrating! Covering, of course, the GoPro which was still protected by a holster. But this one did not hold the shock very long against the heat of the volcano. Despite these terrible conditions, the camera held the shock and continued to film, we even see flames dancing in front of the lens.

To recover his poor camera, Erick had to use a hammer to get it out of his lava trap. Better yet, Wi-Fi was still functional, and the SD card intact. That’s why he was able to save the movie he shared on YouTube. The most incredible thing in this story is that the GoPro still works, but ” not as good as before “. It’s the least …