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Old 01-13-2007, 10:34 AM   #1
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my bolivian ram as my test subject for new camera

so i got my new canon rebel XT last night and unfortunately my 2 year old daughter has a cold and isn't a good model right now!

so my fish are it. i quickly snapped a few just to get a feel for the camera. Here's my Ram looking pretty. don't mind the algae on the glass!

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Pretty fish, nice pic. Looks like somebody needs a mag-float...
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Old 01-13-2007, 11:57 AM   #3
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unfortunately my 2 year old daughter has a cold
Any excuse to take fish/tank pics eh? No problem, from what I see, the camera is working fine. You captured several of the great attributes of the Bolivian Ram, namely the irridescent neon blue stripes and the red tint in the fins.

Great job.
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Pretty fish, nice pic. Looks like somebody needs a mag-float...
does the mag float really work? the algae in the picture is pretty hard to get off the glass using the algae brush and/or paper towel that i use during weekly maintenance.
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Looks like green spot which is tough to remove with those devices. Try a regular razor blade, should work fine.
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its easier to get off with a razor blade. Nice pic BTW!
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i have no problem using the magnet scrubber for green spot. it's tough, but i'd much rather not risk scratching my tank.
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