Finally got that natural side light shot I wanted to emulate from southbayaqua. :)
Excellent shot. I've always enjoyed the lights off with a beam of sunlight. It's just so peaceful.
How’s the transition from dry start to submerged coming along?
Doing very well! I will take some true overhead pics tonight, but I just threw up a photo from this past weekend. Everything seems great, some mild green algae about 1" below the surface that i can see from the outside of the tank in places, I wonder if thats the ambient sunlight in the rest of the room? Not seeing much about that sort of underground algae around the forums.
Let’s hope it’s not cyano bacteria. That stuff is sort of a pain to eradicate. If it’s normal algae it will eventually die off after being smothered by the carpet
Stunning mate. I'm looking for a light for my 60F and the ONF Flat One is on the top of my list. What brightness setting are you running it at to avoid algae in such a shallow tank?
40-55% at most. Thing to note tho: in a power outage it comes back on at 100% this happened for an entire day once and rllt caused some badness. Other than that, i love it.
UNS 60U Ricefish tank
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