In this Photography tutorial you will learn about he cactus v2s wireless flash trigger system. includes two modifications ...
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Indoor task with the antenna modification, I’ll be using the test button here on the transmitter. Flashes are on four ½ feet apart and I'm about ten to twelve feet back from the flash. Test one, test two, test three, test four, test five, test six, test seven, test eight, test nine, and test ten.
Believe to see that film, maybe just one have to look back on the video and as you can see even with the antenna modification indoors, the same frequency setting on the deep switch is here. We had either a 10 or a 20% failure. That’s slightly an increase of the further test of the camera.
Okay, that’s the outdoor test for the antenna modification starting at 40 feet, shot number one, flash fired. Go on down to 60 feet, shot number two, flash fired. Go on down to 80 feet, 80 feet, fired, flash fired at 80 feet. Go on down to a 100 feet, okay to a hundred feet, take a shot, flash is fired at a hundred feet. Go on apart at a late 20 more feet, to a hundred and 20 just approximate it. Okay, that’s approximately a hundred20 feet, okay let’s shot off that time at a hundred 20 feet, and then do a third shot. Third shot at a hundred and 20 feet fired. Fourth shot, fourth shot at a hundred and 20 feet fired. Hey, lock back at 20 more feet. Okay this is a hundred 40 feet.
Okay, these are my conclusions on the Cactus V2s and Title modification for a 323 megahertz and then the modification.
Thanks go out to Jeremy Costure at JeremyCosture.blogsspot.com. He’s working out this idea. I don’t know if I mention it the antenna was $6.50 and the bouquet connected to it was $3.50 from this key, it’s about $10.50 shipped to my door a very affordable modification. Yes you have the materials to implement the modification. Testing indoors with the modification, I increased on average from about 30% fierier rate to about10%fierir rate. I went upstairs and I’ve got less fiery that I did on the video test which was ten or twenty percent. Maybe I have some radio on your first insight here.
So again, indoors with the antenna ten percent without 30 % outdoors went from 60 feet at about a 20% fierier rate to a hundred and 20 feet with the 20% fierier rate. Anything inside of those distances, it was very reliable outside. Usually, there wasn’t any mess fire outside to my knowledge. And you’re testing with the doe flashes outside at a maximum range of about 15 feet and outside with the antenna, I got about a 10% fierier rate or less actually.
I was getting higher fierier rates inside the house for some reason.
Find a conclusion if you’re a professional, and you’re looking for a way to wirelessly trigger your flashes by radio signal, I don’t recommend this. Go with your more reliable pocket was it. If you’re an amateur, you want it on a formal way to trigger your flashes in manual mode only. This is not just sport ETTL, it’s just the flash trigger I highly recommend the Cactus V2s just for the gadget infinity.