Trigger PhotoFlex Strobe 650 - uses 1/4" phone jack

Is there a method to plug in some cable adapter that will plug in to a PhotoFlex Strobe 659 that has a 1/4" phone jack receiver and have it trigger the flash remotely - AND - if possible control the intensity output ?

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  • You won't be able to control the strobe intensity, but if you connect the V6 receiver with the strobe with a respective cable then you will be able to trigger the strobe with a V6 remotely.
  • Is Cactus working on making the PhotoFlex Strobe 659 interfaced with the Cactus V6 so intensity can be controlled wirelessly remotely?
  • Strobes generally don't have an input that allows third-party control of the power output, so the answer is an almost certain no.
  • Hi Bob,
    Is Cactus working on making the PhotoFlex Strobe 659 interfaced with the Cactus V6 so intensity can be controlled wirelessly remotely?
    No, we are not working on one.

    Thanks!
    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", "NIK.A.001", "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) but not by X-TTL firmware versions:  PEN.A.001 NIK.A.001 OLY.A.001.  No schedule has been released yet for an "A" version firmware on the V6 (MK1). 

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