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Old 07-01-2003, 02:22 PM   #1
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My reef tank (movie)

I just wanted to share a short 4 minute Quicktime clip of life in my three month old reef tank. I was really really bored the other night so I broke out the DV cam and caught some pretty good footage of my clowns playing in my new plate coral (my bubble tip anenome declined to be on camera.) Of course, the original footage is much nicer (read clearer), but wasn't exactly suitable for download As it is, it is a tad over 15 mb.

Enjoy! http://homepage.mac.com/houseofwindsor/reef.mov
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Great footage!
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wow that is awesome i had to watch it twice...how big is the tank it looks huge love the rock work and your fish choices.
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Thanks guys! The tank is a 55 gallon with 75 lbs of live rock expertly arranged by my wife The only possible problem child is the Domino Damsel. He is growing at a phenomenal rate. And oddly enough, my Blue Surgeon is the most aggressive...
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Man, that looks so much larger than a 55. I saw a hippo tang tonite and it was the size of a quarter, i swear it would be perfect for my 5.5
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That's pretty fun. They look like puppies.

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Cool Beans! Very nice movie. Enjoyed it very much. Nice set up, very clean. Love the maroon clowns and yellow Tang, nice contrast. BTW did I spy a Dragon Wrasse? (The black and white fish in the beginning - not the Domino Damsel)


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Old 07-02-2003, 11:09 AM   #8
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You have great camera skills, beans, I am thinking you used a tripod for the film?
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Joemacros - the fish you are referring to is probably my Banded Sleeper Gobi. He is actually a gunmetal grey, but looks black in the movie.

d9hp - Thanks for the compliment, but my camera skills actually suck My camera is really good at removing camera shake.

All of these responses have given me the urge to do shorter, better quality films to put on my website. I really want to get a shot of the Percs with the anenome. They are so funny because they start twitching and getting after one another...a couple of little freaks
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Get one movie of those tangs schooling, that is so amazing
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