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Old 06-08-2003, 12:15 AM   #1
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New Fish (VERY LARGE PHOTOS)

I purchased this guy yesterday as a way to help with my algae problem and because I have been wanting one and the LFS somehow had one.




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cant see the pic, what is it exactly?
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Hmm, rabbitfish, I see them, do you get an box with an X
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i see them now, quite nice...huge pics, you might want to
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how big is that blue tang!?!?!?! That chromis looks huge too! lol, hope the rabbit helps with the algae....
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The hippo tang is about 8" long and 7 years old, the Chromis Fish are all different sizes from 1" to 2.5" with them in order of size as to how they fall in the command order. I need to change the setting on the camera, the size should not be that big.
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FYI, I edited the title of your topic to give those on modems a heads up that there are some "VERY LARGE PHOTOS" in the thread.
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I need to change the setting on the camera,

Check the bundled software that came with the cam, it might contain a photoediting program, then you can take the pics at the highest resolutions, and crop and resize afterwords, this tends to make for the best pics.
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Yeah I have software just really did not look at the picture size first
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