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bahadir Jan 15, 2008 1:46 AM

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Thinkingthis innocent one from my aquarium would notgo with the tough guys inBarracuba's 'post your shark' topic, Idisplay it separately : )

The exif is embedded.

Barracuba Jan 15, 2008 7:38 AM

Nice little shot. How are you liking that D40X?

bahadir Jan 15, 2008 11:58 AM

Barracuba wrote:
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Nice little shot. How are you liking that D40X?
Thanks for viewing Barracuba. Wish someday I canalso contribute to your post with sth. larger, more beautiful and more dangerous!! :-)

As for the D40x,it'ssuch acompact and lightweight camera that I wouldn't consider buying a P&S!! Besides, straight from the camera jpegs, without any in camera increse, arereally sharpwith the 18-55 kit lens! Ihave beenused tometering relying onthe center weightedaverage,butthis little babyinveriably seem to understand what I'm aftereven better thanks to its 3D matrixmetering!!Itsflash unit lets you shootinvariably great pictures without white washing the subject!!D40xreally yieldsvivid colours (and somewhat extra pinkness to portraits, which might seem complimenting at first!)Still, I'd prefer my main camera, K10D, for itscolour department and low light photography thanks to its effective SR and extra weight for stability. Ah, its ease of use thanks to dedicated buttons and TAV mode (Shutter & Aperture priority letting the camera use the apropriate ISO from a selected range)is another story of course ;) I might be posting some comperative pictures soon...

coogee Jan 15, 2008 2:59 PM

Nice photo, very interesting fish.



Phil

bahadir Jan 15, 2008 3:27 PM

coogee wrote:
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Nice photo, very interesting fish.

Phil
Thanks for your interest, Phil.Having two of them in my aquarium,I can say that they are the most 'hyperactive' guys of the bunch :-)

musket Jan 15, 2008 5:21 PM

Nice shot...mind your fingers:-)..........:cool:............musket.

bahadir Jan 16, 2008 2:33 PM

musket wrote:
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Nice shot...mind your fingers:-)..........:cool:............musket.
Dear musket, thanks fordropping in!

This is in fact one of the most peaceful species which you can safely feed in a mixed aquariumalong with themost vulnerableandpompousones : )

However you're right to warn againist some: I remember once managing to have my finger bitten by a piranha some thousands miles away from the Amazon :G







sensovision Jan 24, 2008 5:09 PM

good shot, Bahadir! You've got nice Barracuda there! Am I wrong or it's salt water aquairum? Or there are barracuda specieis which leave in fresh water too?

bahadir Jan 24, 2008 5:34 PM

That's a fresh water aquarium I have. I'd also like to have a salt water aquarium!Wellmine's a peaceful pangasius only : ) But I know a predatory shark species whichis fed in fresh water aquariums!

alex james Jan 27, 2008 12:28 PM

Nice job bahadir, have to fetch my fishing rod over:G


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