Cactus’s RF60/V6 flash system has remote power control for all kinds of cameras. Will it become standard?
The Cactus RF60 radio flashgun appears in a video showcasing its wireless capabilities.
Cactus Image has a new radio-enabled flashgun on the way called the RF60.
The first images have appeared of Cactus Image’s upcoming wireless flash trigger.
Another radio-controlled flash system is in the works, sources say.
I was recently approached by Cactus to try out their new inexpensive laser triggering system. Is it any good?
Gami Light have released a new, larger mounting strap to accommodate flashguns such as the Cactus KF36 and Vivitar 285HV.
Gadget Infinity sell out of Cactus V5s hours after release, Mola file a lawsuit against Kacey, Innovatronix announce WPPI deals and a video demo of the Tronix XTs.
We review the Cactus Wireless Transceiver V5, Gadget Infinity’s latest flash trigger. How do the new transceivers compare to other flash triggers?
Sync speed issues with Cactus V4 wireless flash triggers and the Lumix G1, Canon 5D and Olympus E-30 have been resolved. All triggers sold from now on “should be free from these banding issues” with these cameras.
GadgetInfinity launch their own blog; Yongnuo LED lights available on Dealextreme; wired control panels for R+ Digital from Quantuum; Bowens Gemini Classic review.
Dutch / Belgian photography shop Foto Konijnenberg are offering a “Strobist Starter Kit” including an air-damped light stand, a set of Cactus V4 triggers, an Interfit Strobies XS bracket, a Jinbei umbrella and a softbox.