Discussion in 'Member Tanks' started by p0st, Aug 11, 2015.
Beautiful and in motion!
Thanks! I'll write some more updates soon
Here's an update on the progress of my Reefer 525! It has been going steady for the last two months, except for a nitrate peak which I'm currently treating with some good'ol vodka dosing. The latest additions are a beautiful green Heliofungia and an Orange/Blue Scolymia that really stand out in the tank. Enjoy the video!
Great looking tank! How do you find the maxspect?
Thanks! I really like it and the flow it created, although I think I will add another one (the 130) on the other side of the tank as well
Love the pic with the butterfly in it.
Cool - what happened to the sand? How come your bare bottom now?
I'm not there's 1-2cm of sand all across the bottom
sorry I got confused with another tank.
Wow, beautiful and peaceful. Thank you for sharing.
Bro so beautiful!
thanks for the share! are you using the Samsung galaxy s6 for the video capture? how are you making the moves so smooth and removing the shake or jitter when transitioning what's in frame? turns out great!
You're welcome! Indeed I'm using the S6, and to remove the shaking I'm using the YouTube stabilization optimization, you can do this for every video
thank you for sharing the new technology. I learned some new thing.
Absolutely stunning tank!
Well it's been a while so time for a new update! I had Triton test my water in June, and I'm very pleased with the results! FYI I'm running on Balling Classic with about a 10L water change every week on 500L of aquarium, this is just to keep my sandbed nice and clean.
Other than that here's a new video as well!
My scolly was responding really well to some Fauna Marin LPS pellets I threw at it today, and I was able to produce this awesome picture!
Other than that, here's my latest video update
Wow, very clean and beautiful.
Great looking tank
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