Cactus official online store launched with special discounts

Cactus has announced a new online store, with some introductory (and exclusive) discounts.

Cactus Store Preview

Hong Kong lighting manufacturer Cactus has announced the launch of an official online outlet. The Cactus Store, opening today, offers various photographic tools to international customers.

Previously Cactus’s de-facto store was called Gadget Infinity, selling a range of Cactus gear and other photo accessories. The entity is now re-launching under the Cactus brand. The inventory “includes a highly selective range of products that are proven to work seamlessly with Cactus® gear,” the company said in a press release.

“The concept is to provide a one-stop shopping experience for photographers getting all that they need for a shoot, both in studio or at location, with bundled savings,” it added.

Cactus Store Preview
The Cactus Store preview

Cactus is known for its V5 and V6 wireless flash triggers, the LV5 laser trigger and the RF60 flashgun. The store will sell these products in bundled kits including triggers, flashes, stands, umbrellas, softboxes and other accessories.

To celebrate the launch and “by way of expressing our gratitude for your ongoing support”, there will be several introductory discounts in the first month. This includes an extra-special deal exclusively for Lighting Rumours readers.

  • Spend $300 and save $10 with code OPEN1
  • Spend $500 and save $20 with code OPEN2
  • Spend $400 and save $20 with code LIGHTINGRUMOURS

Use the code of your choice by 21 July 2015 to take advantage of this offer. (There are no kick-backs for us.) Visit for more information.

If having your gear shipped all the way from Hong Kong doesn’t appeal to you, then Cactus also a number of regional distributors. In the US, Cactus products are available at B&H Photo and Adorama.

David Selby
David is a keen photographer and has been editor of Lighting Rumours since 2010. When not writing about lighting, he works as a data scientist at the University of Manchester, UK.