PAUL C BUFF CYBERSENSE – Transmitter Released

PCB CYBERSENSE

 

Paul C Buff have released the CyberSense hand held remote control and transmitter for their studio lighting system.

Uniquely the CyberSense use 4 touch slide panels to control the manual power levels and modelling lights of up to 4 groups of DigiBees, Alien Bees, Einstein, or White lightning strobes, attached to corresponding CyberSync radio receivers.

And in another unusual move, the CyberSense do not actually provide any foot for mounting onto a camera hotshoe. They are primarily a hand held remote control, to be used in conjunction with a CST2 transmitter, mounted on the camera hotshoe to fire the slave strobes.

Though the CyberSense can also be attached to a cameras PC sync port via sync cord, in order to act as a transmitter and fire the slave strobes directly if needed.

 

PCB CYBERSENSE

 

The CyberSense’s touch slide panels provide fast adjustment of the strobes flash output and modelling light in fine 0.1 stop adjustments. As well as allowing groups to be turned On and Off individually.

 

 

PCB CYBERSENSE FEATURES

 

  • PCB 2.4GHz CyberSync Radio System
  • Range – Approx 100m
  • Flash Modes – Manual
  • 0.1 Stop Increments
  • Remote Modeling Light Control
  • 0.1 Stop Increments
  • Groups  – 4
  • Channels – 16
  • Compatible with CSR+, CSRB+, & CSXCV Receivers
  • 4 Individual Touch Slide Panels
  • Dot Matrix LCD Display
  • Auto Memory Function
  • Latency – 1/4000s
  • Dimensions – 2.75″ (W) x 5.5″ (H) x 0.65″ (D)
  • PC Sync Port
  • Powered by 2 AAA Batteries

 

PCB CYBERSENSE SPECS

 

Dimensions 2.75 in. (width) x 5.5 in. (height) x 0.65 in.(depth)
LCD Screen Dimensions 2.25 in. (width) x 0.56 in. (height)
System Frequency Range 16 frequencies spaced 2MHz apart (from 2.427GHz to 2.457GHz)
System Encoding Secure 256-bit binary encoded packet, with validity verification
System Latency 1/4000 typical delay from closing of camera contact to receiver sync output signal
Battery Life 6.5 to 8.5 hours under normal use with premium alkaline batteries (uses two AAA alkaline or lithium batteries)
Sync Voltage Less than 4 Vdc

 

PRICE AND AVAILABILITY

 

The CyberSense are available now directly from Paul C Buff for $79.95.

 

Paul C Buff – Website

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7 Comments
  1. pwp 4 weeks ago

    Is this an intended replacement for the staggeringly complex brain-buster, the CyberCommander? That would be nice. I’m pretty good with most devices, but the CyberCommander just about defeated me. I’d like to read real-world user reviews of this product before hitting the “buy” button.

    • Yitzy 4 weeks ago

      Since this ONLY supports channels 1,2,3 and 4, this can’t really replace the CyberCommander (for me at least..)

      • Wally Brooks 3 weeks ago

        It supports all 16 channels and 4 groups

  2. Jay 4 weeks ago

    Kind of a wasted effort. They could have just updated the cyber commander with more features and intuitive controls. I love PCB products, but they are not keeping up with the times. They need stobes that have built in batteries and can do HSS.

  3. Robert 3 weeks ago

    YES!

  4. Hx11 3 weeks ago

    They bring this out right after I switched over to Flashpoint Xplors, I was going to sell my AB’s but the Yongnuo trigger fits on the Flashpoint transmitter hot-shoe and works.

  5. Wally Brooks 3 weeks ago

    I agree cyber commander usability is a kludge to use. Once you figure out the difficult user interface it does make setting a level and synching fairly easy. need f7.1 ? Set, trip to lock in, done. Same with groups once you figure it out – a pain I agree- it’s easy to change levels.

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