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Whenever I take pics of my fish in the tank the photo comes out blurry is thier any other cameras that are non expensive and more suitable to take pics of fish?
 

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Does your camera have a macro setting? Are you using flash? Do you photograph with the aquarium lights on or off?
 

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Couldn't find anything on it about micro settings I have been leaving the flash on and I usually take pics with light on and off, one of my my aquariums sit in front of a window wouldn't know if that would matter.
 

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I found the best pics of my betta came in natural light with flash setting on auto (this way it only flashes sometimes). Macro setting usually has a symbol of a flower. Most modern digital cams have it. If you have a digital cam put the setting to auto flash, auto action (for the squirts that always move like my betta), and just play around. See what works., I have a Samsung E656 and it makes very wonderful detailed fish pics :)
 

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Good to hear Silent Knight, looking forward to see your photo shots..
 
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