Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: Currently based in NJ
I didn't think you meant for it to come out blurry. But happy accidents are always a +1. I get those a lot, too, even if I do have a bit of camera knowledge. :P
As a random tip:
You could try taking pictures using flash while being a bit far away from the tank. Hopefully your fish won't be in the way of the reflection on the tank's glass, but that's all in luck and where you take the picture from what angle, and etc. etc. blah blah.....
Or if your camera has a Micro setting (looks like a tulip), that'll definitely help with closer pictures... as long as the fish is being still, too.
A Micro+ (tulip with a + sign next to it) is an even better setting... I use it most of the time with 8/sec burst on.
My camera's a Kodak EasyShare Z981. I won't say much for Kodak since I'm not really a fan of their cameras as I am with Nikkon, Sony, or Canon, but it looked awesome at the time. |D
And most of the reason why I don't really like Kodak cameras is because... they break after a while. I had this $300 one for just about... two years by now. maybe a bit less than 3. And it broke a few weeks ago. Yaaay.