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So I found my battery charger and brought out the camera. I definitely need more practice filming underwater....
 
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First are congo tetras, senegal bichir and an african knife.

Second are pearl gouramis, gold barbs, corys and there's a couple of apistos. The tank used to have dwarf neon rainbows as well, but I moved them to the 90.

Last are dwarf neon, yellow and boesmanI rainbows, with dojos, emerald corys, a ruberlip pleco, a gf and a BGK.
 

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Great videos JaySee!

Beautiful fish. Thanks for sharing.

Ken
 

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Great videos. Wonderful point of view.

I love your fish they are so beautiful.
 

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Good morning,

I have moved your thread to the Freshwater Videos section JaySee.

Thanks!
Ken
 

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Great videos!
They're so pretty!
 

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Those are some cool videos - What you could try doing is using a free program like virtualdub to separate the video from the sound, then record another audio track to lay over it
 
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iduditz said:
Those are some cool videos - What you could try doing is using a free program like virtualdub to separate the video from the sound, then record another audio track to lay over it
Welcome to the forum!

I'm not that technically savy, but thanks for the advice
 

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