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Blaze

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CAN SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME
before I go completely insane.

I love this little camera, it's wonderful for taking pictures of my horses, but when it comes to the fish and the axolotl, all I get is a yellow blob for Sunny. Thats all, most don't even show any red for his gills.
The tank is clear and so is the glass, I am still and so is Sunny, theres no reflections, plenty of light, I have adjusted possibly EVERY single setting in the camera.

YET IT'S STILL BLURRY

I cannot afford another camera and rather like this one.
can someone please help me =[
 

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I'm not sure if the L100 has this function but my L200 has a scene function (on the dial), you then press the menu button and select close-up.
I hope this helps.
 

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Auto Macro capability (for up to 5 cm proximity)
- The camera incorporates an auto macro and micro modifying function which avoids the need to switch to micro-shooting when in macro mode.
- Auto Macro supports a 5 cm to infinity range in wide mode, and a 50 cm to infinity range in tele mode.
- The camera can express images of small subjects including flowers and insects by super macro 4 cm shooting.



this was on a review for the camera
 

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Ohh,
It has a 80cm shooting, but thats as close as it gets. It's all good if it tells us it does that, but how would be helpfuler. I shall hunt some things down, Thanks ghostsaw =]

I shall try that one madeve =]
 
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    Hi guys, I was wondering if I possibly crashed my tanks cycle? I’ve had a cycling tank for months now, changing 25% water weekly. I never had any problem until a few days ago when I did a 50% water change. I did this because the tank was looking extra dirty for some reason and also I siphoned too much water out trying to vacuum the sand. I noticed since that water change, my axolotl has been hiding more, barely eating, and only moving from time to time. I checked the water perimeters and they are .25 ammonia, 0 nitrite and 10 nitrate. I normally have 0 ammonia, I haven’t had above 0 since I was first cycling the tank. Did I make an error or is this just a fluke? What should I do?
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    Im worried about my lil girl, she’s normally fairly active and a pig when it comes to food. Should I tub her until I figure out the tank situation? Am I overreacting lol?
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    Also, she is about a year old. Her tail is perfectly straight and her gills are perky (not curled forward). She’s looking perfectly fine, just acting weird
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    Sorry one more thing, when I changed the water last I removed a few plastic plants that I realized were taking up too much room. Would the removal of the bacteria on the plants mess it up?
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    Urgent: My nitrates shot up to 80 ppm. I have no idea why and I’m freaking out. Should I put my axolotl in a tub????
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    @Nioa, ok, do you know why it might’ve spiked? I just did a water change a few days ago and tested all the perimeters and it was at 10 nitrate
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    i have never had nitrates so high
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    How many axolotls and what size tank?
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    @Nioa, One adult axolotl, 20 gallon long tank
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    i noticed my axie started acting weird a few days ago, but checked all the levels and everything was fine. Checked it again today and the nitrates were skyrocketing. She’s in a tub with dechlorinated water now and I’m doing a big water change
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    She looks fine in appearance but she has been acting very lethargic and not eating unless I drop it right infront of her face
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    What’s even weirder is I have a few live plants in the tank which I thought absorb nitrates. I’m wondering if maybe there’s some dead plant matter or something?
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    Oh, that could do it! The only time my nitrates got a bit high in my fbt tank is when there was a big mass of dead plant matter
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