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RE: Fish Photography

I have a Fuji2600 and I'm really happy with it.
You'll have to wash the glasses of your tanks first.
I use macro and flash, taking care not to be perpendicular to the tank but
between 30 and 60° angle (about)
Possibility to aim with the screen is great for this (for the 'normal' pics,
I still prefer the old fashionned way to aim with the little objective you
have to put your eye on)
2 megapixel is enoguh for most uses.
For prices, you'll have to check, as prices here in europe are disgustingly
higher when compared to the US, for the very same hardware...

go to http://www.megapixel.net/
or better:

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Jody Johnson [SMTP:fishbox@bellsouth.net]
> Sent:	Wednesday, December 11, 2002 6:09 AM
> To:	Apisto Mailing List
> Subject:	Fish Photography
> For those of you who photograph your fish with a digital camera, can you
> recommend an economical (less than $200 for me) digital camera?   Or, can
> you recommend certain features to look for?   In particular, it looks like
> most digital cameras have autofocus, and I'm wondering how that works
> going through glass.   Also, having macro capabilities and/or a close
> minimum focusing point seems important.
> Thanks for any advice,
> Jody
> P.S.   Just to keep this on topic, I am of course talking about taking
> pics of apistos ; )
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