Fear not – say Phottix’s marketeers – the Phottix Odin Wireless TTL Trigger is definitely coming, but they want the production model to be bug-free to save the need for repeated firmware updates.
A teaser image (above) showing the Phottix i-TTL transmitter on the new Nikon D800 suggests that when the system is eventually released, it will be compatible with the latest Nikon DSLRs.
Where to buy
The Phottix Odin for Canon has already been out for many months now. The recommended retail price is US$350 for a transmitter-receiver set. You can order it direct from Phottix, on eBay or from a local distributor. Customers in Great Britain and Northern Ireland cannot buy from the Phottix Store and should instead try their nearest Phottix UK resellers. Retail price here is around Â£330.
When released, the Phottix Odin for Nikon is expected to have the same price and availability.