Cactus V6 Wireless Flash Trigger (CA130286)

Model Number: CA130286
Web Code: 10363394


You don't have to throw away or trade-in your old TTL flashes when changing systems. The Cactus V6 wireless flash trigger can control the power of Canon, Nikon, and Pentax system flashes all at the same time. The V6 gives you full manipulation of power levels to 1/10, 1/3, 1/2, and 1EV steps, and group control of up to 4 groups.
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  • Cactus V6 wireless flash trigger can control the power of Canon, Nikon, and Pentax system flashes all at the same time
  • Full manipulation of power levels to 1/10, 1/3, 1/2, and 1EV steps
  • Low power mode fires the flash for extremely short lengths of time
  • Absolute Power mode benchmarks the power output of different flash models to the same light intensity
  • TTL pass through with Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, & Fuji film via one single unit
  • Built in optical trigger enables pre-flash triggering
  • Group control allows you to control up to 4 groups allowing you to multiple strobes
  • Relay mode triggers the camera shutter and flash in sync
  • Delay timer is configurable from 1 millisecond to 10 seconds
  • Mini USB port for optional power supply and firmware updates
  • You don't have to throw away your old TTL flashes when changing systems
  • Save your money and the environment as well
Wireless Flash Trigger
Plastic; Metal


6.2 cm
2.5 cm
6.8 cm
.04 kg
  • Cable
  • Manual

  • They work. Period.

    from Fredericton, NB on July 18, 2016

    I bought my first set of Cactus transceivers about three years ago - at that time, the latest ones were V5s. I liked the triggers so much that I bought another set to trigger a second strobe and so my second shooter could also have a trigger. I've had no problems at all with those triggers; however, I will admit the plastic on the V5s is a bit brittle. I'm a professional photographer and the cactus triggers have never let me down. The V6 transcievers are a huge improvement over the V5s (they're also twice as expensive). The triggers are a bit bulky, but they take AA batteries, which is nice because so do most non-studio strobes, so it's a bit less backup gear to carry. The range is great - I've never had to use them far enough from the camera to "test" the strength; they've always just worked. The hotshoe connection on the V6 is also a lot better than the V5. The older model had a plastic screw-type lock that was really stiff and hard to use. The newer one has a lever that works really easily, doesn't seem to bump, and securely mounts the trigger to the camera. These ARE backwards compatible with V5s, which is awesome. A V5 will trigger a V6 and vice versa, the only difference being the V5 is manual only - i.e. you have to adjust the flash by hand. If you've set the flash up using a V6 though, one V6 can make adjustments while the V5 will just trigger the light. I say this because I have a second person working with me - I have control over the light settings, but the second camera just uses it however I have it set up; it works really really well. All in all, I can't think of a better value for your money - these are feature packed, backwards compatible, easy to use, and extremely reliable.

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