Need wireless i-TTL without the rocket science? Phottix’s easy-to-use Strato TTL trigger now comes in a Nikon variant.
Compatible (in manual mode) with other Strato-series triggers and the Atlas II, the Strato TTL hasn’t got nearly as many bells and whistles as the high-end Phottix Odin but benefits from a much more compact form factor and simplified controls, not to mention the lower price. You still get i-TTL (with +/- 3.0EV control), Auto-FP Sync and a (small) screen to view all your adjustments.
The Strato TTL has a 100m range, operating on the 2.4GHz frequency with 4 selectable channels. As well as a TTL flash trigger, you can use it to trigger manual flashes and studio lights via the 3.5mm sync port. It will also work as a remote shutter release and there’s a 5V DC power input if you want your receivers to work without AA batteries.
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