It really depends on your regulator... there's 30" of vertical space available in the cabinet. my regulator's gauges extend about 2" above the top of the bottle, and my flow meter extends 4" above. I couldn't fit either with my current setup, but it could be done with some tweaking.Do you think a 15 or 20lb tank would fit in the 6025 stand?
27” and 27.6” respectively. Want to decrease my CO2 tank changes.
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These closeups are absolutely awesome!! I REALLY need a better macro.
Thanks!These closeups are absolutely awesome!! I REALLY need a better macro.
A good AF macro is a solid investment for an aquarist. What kind of camera do you shoot with?
Yep, great camera. I shoot with an riii. Back when I was shopping for a macro, it was between the Sony 90mm and the Sigma 105mm. I ended up with the Sony, but the Sigma is supposed to be fantastic and is really reasonably priced.Sony A7iii
It's an awesome camera, but I only have a couple of good lenses for it.
If it were on sale today........... I probably just missed all the best sales of the year as well. Hard decision between the 105 and 70mm for my purposes.Yep, great camera. I shoot with an riii. Back when I was shopping for a macro, it was between the Sony 90mm and the Sigma 105mm. I ended up with the Sony, but the Sigma is supposed to be fantastic and is really reasonably priced.
M trifasciata. I've had them for a year now and so far no issues ::knocks on wood::Are these M. Parva? Thinking of getting some for my tank. I love the neons but I just cannot get a healthy batch and I’m tired of spending money to watch them wither away and die. I currently have a nice shoal of Peacock Gudgeons and I have a pair that keep spawning. Trying now to attempt to raise the fry once they hatch.
Thanks! It's the Sony GM 1.4These are some amazing shots, but that last pic is epic! Well done! Is this an F1.4 or 1.2 lens?