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*Cactus RF60X Radio Control Speedlight master slave flash RF-60X
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PT-04 radio reciever for speedlight studio flash
[PT-04 RX]
PT-04 radio reciever for speedlight studio flash
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Extra PT-04 receiver for the PT-04 kit. Compatible with the original Cactus V2 triggers. Can also be fired on channel 0 (both dip switches down) by the CTR-301 and AC-608.

The receiver has a PC port built in.

Flash sync speed is up to 1/250s depending on your cameras standard sync speed.

Type: 433MHz wireless flash trigger
Transmitter Range: 10M
Channels: 4
Batteries required : receiver = CR2
Flash sync voltage : up to 12V

Included items
1x receiver with hotshoe & PC socket
1x CR2 battery

30 day warranty

New Old Stock : functional though batteries may have a reduced life. Not recommended for professional photographers, we suggest the new 2.4GHz Cactus V5 or V6 instead.
Some users report issues with the Pentax AF-360FGZ & AF540 flashes due to these flashes having a very low sync voltage. Not suitable for flashes with a sync voltage over 12V - see link below to check!

For more information, please visit this products webpage.
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 21 September, 2015.
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