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What a great coral - so many colours! Love them! - first time laps :) ENJOY :D

Whenever you want another check out corals.com he has a sick selection of colors and only 25.00 shipping. Little led one and the alve are from him and both arrived super healthy, big and perfectly represented but it’s online sales pitcure. Just sayin
 
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Whenever you want another check out corals.com he has a sick selection of colors and only 25.00 shipping. Little led one and the alve are from him and both arrived super healthy, big and perfectly represented but it’s online sales pitcure. Just sayin
It is a very nice website but unfortunately i am in the uk :( - but thank you :)
 
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Your colors look great! I have a hard time getting my videos to not just look super blue. Any suggestions?
 
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Your colors look great! I have a hard time getting my videos to not just look super blue. Any suggestions?
Hi Jeff, On my camera i have the option to change the temperature settings. This allows me to change something called the Kelvin Scale. Natural sunlight has a colour temperature of about 5000K but my tank can have a colour temperature over 10000K (The higher the temperature the more blue the light is). I either crank up the Temperature settings to max which is 10000K on my camera or i change the colour of my LED lights as i can do this with an app with lights that i have. I hope this helps a little.
 

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Hi Jeff, On my camera i have the option to change the temperature settings. This allows me to change something called the Kelvin Scale. Natural sunlight has a colour temperature of about 5000K but my tank can have a colour temperature over 10000K (The higher the temperature the more blue the light is). I either crank up the Temperature settings to max which is 10000K on my camera or i change the colour of my LED lights as i can do this with an app with lights that i have. I hope this helps a little.
That is interesting and very helpful! Thank You!
 
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