Good camera for taking pictures of our tanks

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  1. scuzy

    scuzy Supporting Member

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    There isa so much to learn on a DSLR. Im still learning all the features on my new camera.


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  2. Ibn

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    Vhuang168 Supporting Member

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    Here's a video I took with a GoPro Session. Not too bad but its closeups are blurry.

     
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    Vincent - That is great! I brought home our GoPro over vacation to figure out how to use it for just the same purpose! Nice! I am very interested in your setup - were you holding it by hand or on a stick? Was it difficult to avoid crashing into corals?
     
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    I hand held it. Was every easy to maneuver. Bear in mind I have a Session which is about 1/2 the size of a regar GoPro.


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    There's no macro lens attachments to get the focusing distance closer? You already were pretty close.
     
  7. scuzy

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    Hard to attach a macro lens to a go pro under water


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