Cactus RF60 Review
A radio-controlled flash for more than just triggering
By PF Staff in Review Announcements on Feb 28, 2014
The Cactus RF60 belongs to a new species of radio-controlled flashes that allow photographers to make use of the flexibility and reliability of radio communication for more than just triggering.
An RF60's power level can be remote controlled from an on-camera RF60 in master mode or by the upcoming Cactus V6 radio trigger. An RF60 in master mode can control up to four groups and even the zoom settings of the external RF60. The RF60 furthermore supports semi-automatic versions of high-speed sync and second curtain sync in a brand-agnostic manner.
Today, we are pleased to be bringing you an in-depth review of this flash. The review review features a section elaborating on the benefits of off-camera flash photography and provides a comprehensive evaluation of the RF60's features and handling.
If you are unfamiliar with Cactus products, you may wish to view this teasure video prior to diving into the review:
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