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    Videos, My fish and corals

    Some of my Corals

    My clowns, Hosted to Hairy Mushrooms

    My Big Fat Tang!!

    Let me know what you all think!

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    Michael

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    amazing looking system keep up the good work

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    All i have to say is, man that is one fat tang, btw nice shot of the clowns too!
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    Originally posted by fishmonger
    All i have to say is, man that is one fat tang, btw nice shot of the clowns too!
    He is very healthy, He has Nori Avaible in the tank 24/7 for grazing.. As well the tank is feed a mix of different foods twice aday! ..

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    I love tank videos! That's a very healthy looking tang. Great tank. Love that red monti cap.
    Susan

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    tank video's are indeed pretty cool. Do they have to be digital? Is it possible to upload from a tape?
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    You could..

    As long as your computer has Video Inputs on your Video card.

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    so you need to open up the computer box?
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    can't you just upload it via an USB port?
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    You need to have some sort of Video in put.. Or if you use USB your Video camera would have to have a USB slot on it.

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