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decent macro for point n shoot


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    speedstar - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default decent macro for point n shoot

    tats - decent macro for point n shoot

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    speedstar - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    mh - decent macro for point n shoot

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    lov the pic ..nice job there bro

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    That's a beauty!! I wish my pictures looked even remotely that good.

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    The more pics I see the more depressed I get about my lame old reef... Good stuff and great pics.

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    speedstar - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Rugger View Post
    The more pics I see the more depressed I get about my lame old reef... Good stuff and great pics.
    Reefs all start somewhere, get some pics up in the members tank area that way you can always follow the progress.

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    What point and shoot did you use? I'm still in the market although I'm not sure if another camera can help my skills.

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    Decent? I think you're underestimating yourself....that is a SA-WEET shot.

    Very nice.

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    speedstar - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Toro View Post
    What point and shoot did you use? I'm still in the market although I'm not sure if another camera can help my skills.
    it is an olympus 1050 underwater camera with macro.

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    Those are fantastic! Since it's and underwater camera I have to ask..did you actually put the camera in the tank?
    Taking pic through the glass makes it hard to get a nice clear shot.. I take a bunch of one thing just to get a good one! lol
    Hi my name is sarah, and I've got the Upgrade Bug!
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