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47 minutes ago, xXInkedPhoenixX said:

@Trish gorgeous picture, what are you using to take photos?

 @xXInkedPhoenixX Older Cameras ! 

2005 Canon5D with EF-lenses  

2014  Canon7D Mark II with EFS 18-55mm kit lens for most aquarium shots, or a Canon Macro EF 100mm lens.

Note:  The 7D will take both Canon EF and EFS lenses.    The 5D will only take EF Lens as it is not interchangeable.

Sometimes my old iPhone 6

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@Trish beautiful! I need to get my Nikons out and experiment again. My favorite lens was a fixed 50mm but not sure it'd work with my fast little fish. I have the 18-55mm that originally came with my Nikon, I should play with that. It has become very clear to me that while my samsung phone takes pretty good pics in some instances it's crappy for my aquariums!

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1 minute ago, xXInkedPhoenixX said:

@Trish beautiful! I need to get my Nikons out and experiment again. My favorite lens was a fixed 50mm but not sure they'd work with my fast little fish. I have the 18-55mm that originally came with my Nikon, I should play with that. It has become very clear to me that while my samsung phone takes pretty good pics in some instances it's crappy for my aquariums!

@xXInkedPhoenixX I've learned a 55mm is good if you have a bigger fish :classic_biggrin:

I'm just an amateur and learn as I go along. The fish are captive subjects! :classic_wink:  If you sent me to do a wedding I'd fail!  :classic_unsure: 

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