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  1. Hi All, OK, not really quite sure where to post this, but it's definitely worth sharing and having a look. We've been watching the live feed dives for the past 2 days and it has been fantastic. (Oh, there are 3 live camera feeds available.) From April 20 to July 10, 2016, NOAA and partners will conduct the three-cruise Deepwater Exploration of the Marianas expedition on NOAA ShipOkeanos Explorer to collect critical baseline information of unknown and poorly known areas in and around the Marianas Trench Marine National Monument and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. Below are the links we've been using to watch the vidoe streams and track the locations. http://oceanexplorer.noaa.gov/okeanos/media/exstream/exstream.html http://service.ncddc.noaa.gov/website/EXAtlas/viewer.htm http://www.sciencealert.com/scientists-are-streaming-a-live-video-feed-of-the-mariana-trench-now Enjoy
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  3. sorry for the delay this one took ages to go through footage and edit enjoy
  4. While filming the empire gudgeons kept getting in the way, I really like the head on pic
  5. Got a replacement camera due to a faulty seal within 4 days thanks Canon So tested it out to see if my P mellis were spawning yet and guess what? I hope to do some more in better light and with more mature fish as the weather warms up. Also hoping to get P signifer in a similar video as I have some really spectacular males
  6. they have come a long way from this 20140903-IMG_5921 by mattzilla5000, on Flickr to this (in about 6 months) still trying to decide which one to keep. the one on the right (THUG) has better size, kok and red colour but the one on the left (JAY) has shorter body, full cover pearl and better fins. Your thoughts? Matt
  7. Water was nice and clear so threw the camera down while we were fishing and a still shot from the video
  8. Just a quick clip of the next underwater video coming soon some Lutjanus argentimaculatus having a close look at the camera update - see next video with more jack footage here - http://www.qldaf.com/forums/photography-video-lounge-23/underwater-moreton-bay-120554/
  9. This was back when I had the tank in my room running. I'm going to film my Uaru tank sometime soon and I'll post it up here!
  10. I've always liked anglers and frogfish. This video won the "prize of the unusual" at a french film festival. At about a minute and a half in the frogfish goes for a sizeable sole - very entertaining .
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  12. Just been mucking around again, gotta have something fishy to do when too windy for actual fishing
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  14. Hey Kids, Here is a quick video of my Spotted Blue Eyes Pseudomugil gertrudae ............. They are so awesome when they are out (which is not normally when people are around) and showing off!!! Enjoy..........!
  15. I've been lucky enough to catch the start of my Peacock Bass spawning for the first time. Enjoy
  16. Hey everyone, I got off my ass and did something fishy the other day, i havent really been feeling the fish bug for sometime and i wanted to spark something :/ Made this video which is a compilation of some of the fish i have kept and still keeping since about 08-09. It was really good going through all the old pictures of my fish . Anyone else go through their old pics and kinda.. reminisce? Seph
  17. Just a quick little video of my current setup taken last week. It's a 4ft x 2ft x 2ft with mostly American Cichlids.
  18. My first attempt at video. The colors look yuck.. really dissappointed. It doesn't look life-like at all. What am I doing wrong? This was shot on a 5d3 with ISO 1000, aperture 6.3, and shutter 1/100. The resolution is 1280x720 at 50fps. The video looks fine with viewing in camera, but looks awful when viewing via media player on PC or youtube. It is in .MOV format. attempt 2 looks a bit better
  19. My indoor display tank which has Australian native species from around southeast and central Queensland. Video from inside and outside the tank. We catch fish locally and breed them to give away and to stock our display tanks. Eastern Rainbowfish - Melanotaenia splendida splendida Crimson-spotted Rainbowfish - Melanotaenia duboulayi Ornate Rainbowfish - Rhadinocentrus ornatus Pacific Blue eye - Pseudomugil signifier Empire Gudgeon - Hypseleotris compressa Firetail Gudgeon - Hypseleotris galii Glassfish - Ambassis agassizii and Ambassis marianus Flyspecked Hardyhead - Craterocephalus stercusmuscarum and a mullet - Mugilidae ? .... and 3 peppermint bn but never seem to see them when the lights on, they love that huge log There is also a few Papua new guinea Lake Kutubu Rainbowfish - Melanotaenia lacustris growing out until its warm enough for them to go in a pond to breed.
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