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Old 04-23-2011, 05:33 PM   #621
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It is SOO much cooler to make a video than take pictures! LOL I'm hooked. i gotta take some more. You guys are so gonna hate me
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Old 04-23-2011, 05:34 PM   #622
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so beautiful
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Your tank is soo awesome! And I love the videos!! Your clowns, are so funny!! I lobe the camera hog that's to sweet...OT it's so funny cuz I was just thinking how great your voice sounds but hey...im from the northwest...we don't have accents!
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Old 04-23-2011, 05:42 PM   #624
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I think I'm gonna add a tank/house walk through video onto my thread in show off photography I think I put it. Betta has seen it

Then you can picture where the 125g is gonna go and how come I can't fit anymore tanks! lol
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im from ri n ooh boy we got accents
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Ok, I know this should be in the 55g thread but I'm breaking the rules just a bit. Hope no one minds

YouTube - DSCN0370

This is the clowns hosting, I'll link the other of the whole tank if this one works LOL. I'm such a noob
Very cool!
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Sorry to be random but what kind of anemone is that?
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Old 04-23-2011, 05:50 PM   #628
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It's not a nem. It's an elegance coral. i had a nem but oo much worry lol clowns will host corals ALOT of the time
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Looks great they are so cute! The video was just with your camera then?? I've taken some videos but my focus is horrible on my camera.
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I've got a pretty good camera. Just foubnd out today i can take video on it. I think my camera phone only takes like 2 minutes of video and the quality is sorely lacking.

I'm waiting for the battery to charge back up then I'll make a video of all the tanks as I go through my house. LOL

Just let me know when I bore you to death guys. hehe
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