I would normally not post this in the ASAP, however, I am very concerned about my tank. To keep it short, it's Cloudy. Nitrates are a tad high 8-10 ppm, ammonia 0, ph is 8.4 SG 1.024 which is how here we have kept it for some time as does our LFS. All of our fish and coral appear healthy except two zoa colonies that only open half way. We did a water change yesterday, it's a 92 gallon and we did a 20% change. I'm only considering it ASAP, as I know it could be an algae bloom and if so, I know the fish can suffocate. The only other thing is my calcium is high at approx 470. We recently acquired a tank and added all of the coral from that tank to our tank, but did dip with coral x prior to. Any help would be appreciated even if it's to tell me not to worry about it. I will say that we left our light on for almost 15 hours because we fell asleep, it's a new light and we set the timer wrong so it didn't shut off in its own. My lights are already off, but here is two pics I took of coral that kinda shows the cloudy. It's almost like sand cloudy, but I don't believe it is.