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    I forgot to mention, the Zetlight UFO fan was rubbing on the housing which I believe ended up causing it to slow and lose the ability to cool the fixture. It no longer runs for more than half hour with out heating up and shutting down due to thermal protection.

    Back to the trusted Kessil A350.

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    Awesome corals and photos as always!
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    Getting close to having the rocks completely covered in coral.

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    amazing corals and growth. you have a few chalice i am hoping to have in my new build.

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    every time I see your tank pics it takes my breath away so envious LOL bravo bravo

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    Some new pics of the reef.

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    "Melting Pot" chalice

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    Boring, unless you are into awesome colored chalices.... and I am!
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    Video feature coming up this week!

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    https://youtu.be/Ah2nN4d-ysI

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    Nice


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    I ended up moving this tank down to the LFS I work at, Elite Reef in Denver, Colorado.

    A couple of things bleaches out after the move but seem to be recovering well. If you're in the area, stop by and check it out at our brand new shop!

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    Testing out a new light over this tank. Very interesting innovation.

    https://youtu.be/VNLu0ilER6I

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    I really need to learn how to take photos of reef tanks with a DSLR

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    Quote Originally Posted by lsaint View Post
    I really need to learn how to take photos of reef tanks with a DSLR
    Try putting your camera in shutter priority with auto ISO on. Set the shutter speed at 1/100th of a second, white balance to shade and change the exposure compensation to under expose a little bit. Use RAW file format to get the exposure back out of it in post processing. I use this method for nearly all my images.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikejrice View Post
    Testing out a new light over this tank. Very interesting innovation.

    https://youtu.be/VNLu0ilER6I

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    Those guys are helping a guy from Sweden Market a alk/calc monitoring machine. That I have been following for quite some time


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