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What type of fish is in the middle of CaptiveReefs (top left corner of page...hint it is the main character in Finding Nemo) )

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    Hopkins - Reefkeeper
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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCedYDCYJec&feature=youtube_gdata_player"]Thunderstorm - YouTube[/ame]

    Let's see if that embeds correctly from Tapatalk.


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    Is there an actual benefit to that setting? Or is it just for show? Oh and why is it called thunder, if it's actually lightening?
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    Hopkins - Reefkeeper
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    442b8a66 f773 6da1 - Hopkins Reef

    I wonder if there is a way to white balance on the iPhone.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopkins View Post
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    I wonder if there is a way to white balance on the iPhone.


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    If you find away please let me know. It takes great photos but it loves the blue light.

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    I took this with the King Camera application. It let me edit the WB and exposure along with a ton of other options.

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    Cali Tort


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    It has been a busy weekend. I passed another Cisco certification yesterday and today I worked on the tank. First I raised the Ai SOL, so it is now at 12" off the water surface. second I hooked up a new BRS dual reactor running GFO and Carbon. Lastly I found that one of my BRS dosing pumps is not working. It sounds like the motor is getting bound up somewhere.

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    Auto top off, reactor and small UPS for the vortech.

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    Picked up a few things over the weekend.

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    God of War

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    Not sure of the name.

    About 10 more frags that I haven't had a chance to photograph.


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    Visited Cherry Corals over the weekend and picked up a few new SPS frags including this Strawberry Shortcake:

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    TIme for an update Adam!

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    Hopkins - Reefkeeper
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    Here is a quick video of one of the new inhabitants. I guess he didn't like where I put him, so he packed his bags and moved.



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