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  1. seahunter

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    Good day to all you reef lovers, I'm new to MASA . I'm from Durban and I've been reefing for around three years. I've also taken interest in diving our Durban waters (offshore).
    Anyone from durbs ?
     
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  3. jaquesdp08

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    Welcome to Masa, There is alot of Reefers from Durban sure they will introduce themself
     
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    @seahunter ...:welcometomasa2:to MASA...here is a Link to a MASA Reef Club Meeting...usually get together on a Tuesday...this one is 31 January 2012...if you wish to come along and meet fellow Reefers...:)
    January 2012 Meeting - Marine Aquariums of South Africa
     
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    Singularity Hmmm amper!

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    masahello
     
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    welcome! tell us more about your catches
     
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    welcome seahunter, great to have you join:) there are some excelent tanks in Durbs once you get to know guys they are often happy to show you their tanks in exchange for bait. Meks might want you to work as a ghillie while he fishes though, so watch out for him:)
     
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    Welcome to MASA :)
     
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    butcherman Moderator MASA Contributor

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    Welcome to masa
     
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    Welcome:)
     
  11. seahunter

    seahunter Thread Starter

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    Hi guyz, sorry for the late reply, I didnt find my way around masa(site) , thank you guyz for all the warm welcomes , I already feel at home :)
     
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    welcome to masa :) i am from durbs but still starting a tank
     
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    seahunter Thread Starter

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    Hi Cameron, thanks for the reply, what setup are you going for?
     
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    i dont know may be a 2 foot sumpless set up
     
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    Why dont you try for a 3 foot and used the 2 foot as your sump , with be a way better option
     
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    gMAN with the plan

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    or you could do a 4ft and use the 3ft as a sump :tt2:

    welcome to MASA guys
     
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    i do have a 3 foot but i have fresh it it i am thinking about converting it to salt water ,and a older 3 foot outsid not in use . do u have any pic with a 3 foot system and a 2 foot sump or know of any one who has one . and what tank do you have, love to see some pics
     
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    Howzit gman, how do you guyz take such nice pictures? Im trying with my cell phone
     
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    Use a DSLR camera to get good pics. Its hard to get good pics with a phone
     
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    gMAN with the plan

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    Like Tremayn said, it's not easy to get good quality pic's of a cell phonme camera, I personally use a Cannon 550D..
     
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    Ok guyz , Im going to get myself a good camera, :thanks:
     
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