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  2. Hey guys and gals, Always wanted to view my tank from a fishes perspective however I don't have a GoPro or similar style camera so I improvised and used a snap-lock bag as my waterproofing for my ipod and well this is the result. Hope you enjoy, Adam
  3. The only Melanotaenia boesemani I'd ever seen were aquarium bred. Here's some underwater footage of wild M. boesemani in the Ayamaru River, Korom River, Aitinyo Lakes and associated waterways in west Papua. Good to see that there are locals who know how special their fish are. Wild Melanotaenia boesemani, Ayamaru river
  4. I recently got a hold of my father's Panasonic HDC-TW200 video camera.... awesome camera with astoundingly clear video footage! The camera's standard output resolution is 1920x1080... which is so huge it won't even fit on my 22" widescreen LCD monitor! (without scaling) Anyways... I've been playing around with various video editing software & got a "reasonable" compromise between upload size to youtube & video quality. Below is a ~5min clip I uploaded to youtube with a bit of a hiphop soundtrack from Brisbane's own Tigermoth. njoy [yt:18t0tt55]eDImcaSHhCg[/yt:18t0tt55] You can click on watch in HD for full clarity... i don't think the code on this forum lets me link the HD version
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