Is there other Yongnuo flashes used with V6 besides 568 II?

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  • We didn't have a chance to test other Yongnuo flashes.

    But, the V6 is capable to learn the flash profile of TTL flash that is not pre-defined by the V6. Maybe more Yongnuo flashes can be used.
    Ray Chan

    Senior Product Specialist
     
    Cactus®
    Harvest One Limited
  • Hi andyus_08, another option is, for the price of 1 V6 + 1 YN flash, you could get an RF60 instead.

    You may then control power and zoom! :)
    Antonio Lao
    Brand Manager
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    To help us better help you, always state the exact firmware version installed on your Cactus device(s), such as: "1.1.013", "FUJ.1.002", "v.103".

    For the time being, Cactus V6 (MK1) running on firmware version 2.1.001 can be triggered by a V6 II (MK2) running on Multi-brand HSS firmware (e.g. 1.1.013) and not by X-TTL firmware versions: PEN.A.001 and OLY.A.001.  No schedule has been released yet. 

    Cactus RF60X / RF60 Firmware versions A01 and A02 currently ONLY works with PEN.A.001 and OLY.A.001.  Other "A" version of X-TTL firmware will be released soon. For both Multi-brand HSS and X-TTL firmware versions (FUJ, SIG, SON), install firmware version 103 / 205 on your RF60X / RF60.

    Cactus RF60 is now an off-camera TTL flash with firmware version 205 or later!

    Metz M400 (for Fujifilm) is now supported on the Cactus V6 II (HSS and TTL).

    Nikon D750 users please read this thread: 

    Fujifilm EF-X500 users please read this thread:

    Feel free to suggest an improvement or share product ideas. Contact us directly at info@cactus-image.com.  At Cactus, we listen. 
  • raychan said:

    But, the V6 is capable to learn the flash profile of TTL flash that is not pre-defined by the V6. Maybe more Yongnuo flashes can be used.

    I don't think there are any Yongnuo flashes that support analogue TTL. The latter is a prerequisite for flash profiling by the V6.

    BTW, it is possible to trigger almost every flash with the V6, but I'm assuming the OP is wondering about remote power control.
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