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    Purewater - Reefkeeper Registered User
    Join Date
    Nov 2006

    Cool camera settings

    hey ,I need some help trying to set my camera to my new tank.I'm lighting with t-5 actinic ,10,000k and figi pink. To my eye everything is bright and white but to my camera everything is blue. Camera is an Olympus Stylus 760.

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    Grue - Reefkeeper CR Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    In Cali


    Seeing as it is a point and click, your options are limited. If it were a 35mm you could add a filter to the lenz to remove the blue. Perhaps you have a floodlight you can use? Would give more yellows and fade out the blue. Another option would be any automotive halegan bulb floodlight. I seen them at Kragen auto for $20.00 for a 500 watt. What ever you decide you will need to change the light spectrum. That is My thoughts, anyone else?
    Don't Turn off the lights! The Grue's will get you!

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    Purewater - Reefkeeper Registered User
    Join Date
    Nov 2006


    Thanks Grue,I might have too use a temp flourescent light for my pics 50/50 or something

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