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NEW Cactus V6 II Wireless Flash Transceiver brings HSS to Fuji X system!

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Another Fuji X-T1 owner got it working with same trigger but he had to use two triggers in order to use his Canon flash. I only needed one to put Godox trigger on top of it.

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Sorry, I am new to HSS:
- Is HSS output power always manual or is there an automatic "TTL like" mode for HSS?
  (I have seen guys with HSS soft boxes outside on events, so I suppose an automatic mode must exist?)
- How about the Cactus V6 II: automatic or only manual power output adjustments?

Thanks a lot,

X-E2 shooter

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