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Cactus V6 Trigger in Beta Test Phase 2

This is a preview of the Future Cactus V6 trigger system from Beta and Alpha testing. Full review to come later. History of cactus: So some people don’t understand why theses are not a certain brand. Cactus over the years has centered its self around brand agnostic philosophy. This is good because I have and […]

Cactus RF60 Radio Flash Review with V6 Preview 0

Introduction: I got the opportunity to again beta test a product from Hong Kong company Cactus Imaging. When I first heard I was going to be testing the flash way back in September I was extremely excited in seeing what cactus came up with this time. They did not disappoint. I had a list of […]

Phottix Multi Boom 28″ Review 0

Introduction: Earlier this year I reviewed the phottix multi-boom 16″ flash bracket. I was given the opportunity to test out the new 28″ version. This adds improved stability and versatility. Because of the new design you are able to shift the weight if you would like to more center of the stand. This allows for […]

Yongnuo YN622C Review and Thoughts 0

Introduction: I may be a little late to the game with this system. However I have beta tested and reviewed many products so i felt it would be only fair to write a review on the Yongnuo YN622c.  I have been in photography profesionaly for about 5 years now.  About 4 years ago I started […]

Phottix Multi Boom 16″ Review 1

Introduction: One issue that has always frustrated me and I assume others from reading online was the limitation of the umbrella style softbox’s for speed lights. Some of theses are like the Westcott Apollo softbox, and the Phottix easy-up softbox *Note: Phottix easy-up softbox is no longer available in the united states.* Both are very […]

Cactus LV5 Laser triggers Review 18

  “Image Note: Stands not included” I was given the opportunity to be a tester of a new product from Cactus Imaging. Cactus definitely has a will to create the most useful and best product for photographers, putting their product through its paces, and getting additional must have features and fixes implemented before they go […]