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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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    Does anyone know if aquacare general tonic is ok for axolotls as a treatment for bacterial or fungal infection?
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    Hi Lilith, you can check the medications page for a list of axolotl safe treatments. Although if the infection is mild, I would stick with fridge and salt baths!
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    I believe the fridge gets to about 54°, so if you can replicate that in the tank, it might be okay. I personally would fridge just to make catching them easier, and if the infection is something in the water column at all, it will hopefully die out while they're AWOL (I'm thinking like ich for fish, not sure if axies have an equivalent)
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    Ok, thank you!
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    My three inch axolotl was having trouble pooping up to a few days ago. I wasn't feeding her as often because I was scared I would just add to her constipation. I fridged her until she pooped (twice), and then began to feed her around 6 bloodworms every other day. she's been pooping everyday now, but she's at that age where you can see through her stomach and I always see poop ready to come out but has not yet passed. I don't think she's constipated anymore, but I'm not sure and i don't want to over or underfeed her... any advice?
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    Feed it chopped worms chitoos, its big enough and bloodworm is nutritionaly deficient.
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    Freeze dried , live or frozen bloodworm.
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    Oh ok thanks! I thought she might be ready for something more. do you have any advice about the apparent poop problem?
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    @Lilith, fridging is not required for fungus treatment. Read my thread on treatment.
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    Feed it more, six bloodworm isnt much, dont use freeze dried foods
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    Feed daily , remove uneaten food
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    Gotcha, Thank you!
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    Its probably not pooping because its hardly beign fed, it pooped in the fridge because the lower temp caused it to purge itself. If it stays constipated you can pm me
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    My guess is they simply have no reason to leave. Do they still get enough food in the water? Maybe humidity is too low?
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    I spray mist the place every day. And I do still feed him. One of them has finally come out. But now I have another problem. They don't look like eastern newts! I am posting pictures on a thread I've started. If you can, take a look for me and see. :)
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