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A few top down shots from tonight


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    cweber - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Very nice as usual melev! May i ask what kind of camera you use? And what do i look for when buying a new one. Mine just doesnt cut it anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cweber View Post
    Very nice as usual melev! May i ask what kind of camera you use? And what do i look for when buying a new one. Mine just doesnt cut it anymore.
    It is a Fuji S602Z that I've had for several years:
    http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/fujis602z/

    And this is my advice on shopping for a camera:
    http://www.melevsreef.com/buying_camera.html
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    Looks good Melev, making me jealous as always!!!
    Does water always taste like salt and poo????


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    cweber - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Thanks Melev! I didnt even notice that on your site.

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    Those are linked in the left column of the Fotos page.
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    A few days later, my clam looked like this:
    maxima zood3 - A few top down shots from tonight

    So I peeled away the offending zoanthids and it is open again.
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    cweber - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    They grow that fast? Why wont mine do that. hehe

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    Marc have you spilled the beans to your trick of taking top-down pics?

    Really looks fantastic!
    Every electronic device is manufactured with smoke stored deep inside... only a true genius can find a way to set it free.

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    They were growing pretty quickly, building a bridge of babies on the 'trunk' of mature polyps. And each night they tried to reach across more and more. That day, that is what occurred.

    It isn't a secret, Dave. All my settings are the same as normal, shooting in macro mode. I use a top down photo box: http://www.melevsreef.com/topdown.html
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