12 Nov Fuji X-T2 External Flash – High Speed Sync (HSS)

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Off Camera Flash

I used two SB900 Flash guns with the Pocket Wizard System when I had my Nikon D800

I kept the Flashguns and Pocket Wizards for a while after I sold my Nikon gear as it’s possible to trigger Nikon Flashes from a Fuji Camera using the Pocket Wizard and AC3 ZoneController

I tried this out and it worked perfectly. Setting the SB900’s as normal and the AC3 ZoneController to manual mode allowed me to remotely control the power output from the SB900’s individually from the hot shoe mount of the Fuji

Additional information can be found here

I sold my Pocket Wizards and SB900’s a few months ago and so have not used these with the Fuji X-T2. I don’t often use artificial lighting as I no longer shoot weddings but thought I would look at options for the Fuji X-T2

Cactus V6 II Wireless Flash Transceiver

Cactus RF60 Wireless Flash

Cactus V6 II

I read that Cactus had updated the Firmware for their recently released Cactus V6 II Wireless Flash Transceiver to support the Fuji X-T2.  The combination of Cactus V6 II and Cactus RF60 Wireless Flash looks like it fits my current needs.

The RF60 Flash has the Cactus Transceiver Tech built in so there is no need to attach it to a second V6 II for it to receive signals from the V6 II mounted on the X-T2. This gives full HSS remote flash with one V6 II and one Flash Unit…


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