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Old 01-06-2006, 09:17 PM   #1
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My Canon A520 4MP came in the mail yeseterday, but I didn't have time to play with it yesterday. Today I did . I've been wanting a digital camera forever and now finally I have one. I took around 40 pics of my tank and this is probably the best one out of 'em all. Camera setting was on Sports mode (fast shutter speed) and the flash was off. Still learning on the modes/settings/options.

One of my tetras decided to swim into the pic while I was taking it. That's why he's so blurry.

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That is a great first shot. Your tank looks nice.
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Cool pic! Looks like you got a bit of algae back there?
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Hehe, yea there's some algae on the back glass. I usually don't clean the back glass very often, although I do clean the front glass every week .
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You are going to have so much fun with this camera!

I love the mug on that gourami - he's got your number, lol!
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