I don't know much about guppy fry, but I do know something about pressure.
Speaking as someone who experiences the pressures of being underwater, I don't think you have anything to worry about depth. Fish do have an air cavity called a swim bladder, which they can use to control their buoyancy. As long as you don't have high flow blowing the fry all over they won't do anything they can't handle.
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