Hi , i need the new firmware catctus 6 v2 beta, for my fuji Xpro2 v2.0
My flash is Godox V860c, the is a profile pre-installed witch I choose.Could it be my flash or the fact that I use only one unit so the flash is on top of my camera or connected with Canon OC-E3 cable? Others seems to use beta firmware with two units that I see on youtube.
It was V6II beta firmware (V1.0.109).
Hi!It was V6II beta firmware (V1.0.109).Thanks!
I have a X-T10 and a X-Pro2 and I'm using a Canon 430 EX. With the official firmware my XT10 worked perfect on HSS to 1/4000 s and X-Pro2 anything to 1/250 (no HSS). With the beta firmware XT10 is not working anymore on HSS and the X-Pro2 is showing inconstancy. And yes, I removed the hotshoe spring on both cameras
...With the beta firmware XT10 is not working anymore on HSS...
... and the X-Pro2 is showing inconstancy.
The flash only sync some of the time. Sometimes the flash fire with a delay of aprox 1sec. If I turn off and on the V6 II (both Tx and Rx) and re "learn" it's ok for a while than the story start over.
I can use HSS on X-T10 without problems on the official firmware (104). For the X-Pro2 I'm waiting for the next official release. Hope it will work.
It's working for me too! Godox V860C and X-PRO2.
The issue I am having is in conjunction with the Fuji Xpro 2 and Nikon SB910 speed light.
I have completed updates on camera and V6 IIs as well as resetting them.
I have to use camera flash setup to: others (and not Fuji auto set up) otherwise the flash will not fire.
The main issue I have is when the v6 iis in NON HSS and using the camera flash synch speed of 250 I get a banding in the image as though I am firing the flash above its maximum synch speed.
I have also tried this with hotshot plate removed as well and the problem is still there, the only work around I can find is if I use a synch speed of 200 by rotating the front dial on the Xpro 2 however this is not utilising the maximum flash speed of the camera.
Has anyone else experienced this problem.