New High Definition Waikiki Webcam

Watch outrigger canoe paddlers muscle through the Waikiki surf.

Whether you’re heading to Waikiki, just got back, or day-dreaming of watching that blue surf gently roll to the golden sand beaches of Waikiki – you’ll be captured by this new high definition Waikiki webcam provided by the nice folks at Ohana Beach Rentals Hawaii.

What sets this Waikiki webcam apart from others is that it’s in high definition and offers a unique perspective from atop the fifteen-story, oceanfront Diamond Head Beach Hotel & Residence. From that position, the webcam offers 180-degree vantage point for the HD Surf & Sunset Camera that has been pre-set with 18 top surf spots, swimming locales and coastal view planes for viewers to choose. Use of the HD Surf & Sunset Camera and viewing of its images over the web is free to the general public.

One of the most impressive features however is the ability for the web user to take control of the HD Surf & Sunset Camera to freely pan, zoom-in and zoom-out, and change viewing points of the device. Due to the HD surf camera’s high-quality 1080p video capturing capabilities, images are crisp, colorful and quite impressive when viewed on a personal computer – especially with a high-speed internet connection. To take control of the camera, viewers are put into waiting queues. Once a user receives control, they have a two-minute time span to control the device via the on-screen control tabs. What’s cool is that an advanced zooming feature has been added to the control panel allowing a user to use their mouse pointer to draw a box around a particular object or image area to immediately zoom into a desired location on the screen. As a user waits in a queue, they can view the live video stream as it takes place.

At some nearby locales to the Diamond Head Beach Hotel & Residences, you can zoom directly into the water to see close-up and amazing surfing action, ocean events and beach activity. At other long-distance locations, you can see impressive crescent views of Waikiki Beach (as far as the Hilton Hawaiian Village) and coastal images as far as Honolulu Harbor to Ewa.

Some of the popular pre-set viewing points include:
 Bimage one Yards Surf Spot
 Castles Surf Spot
 Old Mans Surf Spot
 Publics Surf Spot
 Rice Bowls Surf Spot
 Suicides Surf Spot
 Tonggs Surf Spot
 Diamond Head Ocean Vista
 Hawaiian Sunset Coastal View
 Waikiki Beach Close-Up
 Waikiki Beach Wide Shot
 Fireworks Waikiki (evening fireworks on Friday nights and special holidays)

Aside from all of the surf and ocean activity, web viewers can also see some impressive evening activities when the camera goes into its evening grayscale mode – especially on Friday nights as the Hilton Hawaiian Village presents its evening fireworks extravaganza. On New Years Eve and July 4th holidays, you’ll be able to watch the fireworks from the convenience of your computer.

For more information and to view Ohana Beach Rentals Hawaii’s HD Surf & Sunset Camera,  visit

  1. There is no webcam only ads on
    I have tried to check is the beach closed today for sand replenishment but no webcam here and all webcams that can show that part of the beach turned off by local government.

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