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Old Sep 4, 2010, 5:09 PM   #1
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I keep a 40 gallon aquarium that used to house a 3 pound Oscar. *Well, he died recently (good fertilizer as he was WAY too big to flush) and I did a complete makeover with an assortment of smaller fish. *This was done with the HS-10 and I gotta say, I'm VERY pleased with it.

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It looks like you did a nice job on your fish tank. The picture is good as well and certainly shows the camera's capability. You could knock the exposure down by -0.3 and preserve some of the (almost blown) highlights on the decorative "wood?" center piece and bottom sand.
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It looks like you did a nice job on your fish tank. The picture is good as well and certainly shows the camera's capability. You could knock the exposure down by -0.3 and preserve some of the (almost blown) highlights on the decorative "wood?" center piece and bottom sand.
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I probably should try it with a tripod in burst, too. I'm sure it would stop the fish better.
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Looks good. I never could get good pictures from a fish swimming in a fishtank.
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