Phot­tix Odin II TTL Flash Trig­ger

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Pick the light, make ad­just­ments, lock it in, and shoot with the Odin II — the ea­gerly an­tic­i­pated sec­ond gen­er­a­tion to Phot­tix’s trig­ger of­fers more con­trol than ever be­fore.

Com­pat­i­ble with Nikon, Canon, and Sony cam­eras, the sys­tem can be used with Phot­tix’s own bat­tery-pow­ered In­dra por­ta­ble stu­dio flash heads, as well as the com­pany’s Mitros+ speed­lights.

Em­brac­ing TTL com­mu­ni­ca­tion be­tween the cam­era and flash, the Odin II flash con­trollers add two ex­tra con­trol groups, and 28 ad­di­tional chan­nels, to its reach — mak­ing it sim­ple to use in even the busiest of set-ups. Uti­liz­ing up to five groups, users can also con­trol dif­fer­ent groups and flashes with vary­ing set­tings, as well as mix and match TTL and man­ual units. All of this is eas­ily ac­cessed via the large LCD screen, ac­com­pa­nied by di­rec­tac­cess but­tons and a ro­tary dial for quick ad­just­ments.

Bring­ing cut­ting edge func­tion­al­ity and fea­tures to its flag­ship trig­ger, the Odin II en­ables flash pho­tog­ra­phy at up to 1/8000 sec­ond for ac­tion­stop­ping ef­fects, while a built-in AF as­sist light makes aut­o­fo­cus shoot­ing fast and ac­cu­rate in lower light­ing.

The Phot­tix Odin II TTL has an RRP of $339. For more in­for­ma­tion, and to pur­chase, visit pro­

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