Chinese accessory maker Phottix hints at a future feature for their Odin flash triggers that is likely to be unveiled in a firmware update later this week.
If you need high speed sync or radio TTL for your off-camera flashes, without the size and complexity of the Phottix Odin, the Strato TTL could be for you.
Phottix have finally released their Odin TTL trigger for Sony cameras, but is it future proof?
At a Chinese trade show, Phottix revealed the Atlas II wireless flash trigger, Zeus ‘game-changer’ flashgun and Odin TTL flash trigger for Sony.
After a long wait and lots of hype, the Phottix Odin 2.4GHz wireless flash trigger for Nikon is released today.
Phottix have started a countdown to what can only possibly be the long-awaited Odin for Nikon wireless i-TTL trigger.
Sign up to Phottix’s official mailing list and you’ll get an e-mail when the Odin for Nikon is on sale.
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.
Phottix have published updated firmware for their Odin Wireless E-TTL Trigger.
Phottix have started counting down to Thursday 15th September. Is the Odin Wireless TTL Trigger finally here?
Phottix have announced Helios, a wireless radio TTL system, and Foton, a series of manual and TTL hotshoe flashes.