The end of the year is drawing near and Phottix has some hot deals in the newly revamped Phottixstore.com. From now until December 31, 2014, receive 10% off everything at Phottixstore.com by using the code XMAS2014 at checkout.


What’s New?  Phottix Mitros and Mitros+ Flashes for Sony (ISO Shoe)

After considerable development and testing Phottix is happy to announce the newest addition to the Phottix Mitros+ family: The Phottix Mitros TTL Flash for Sony (ISO Hot Shoe) and the Phottix Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash for Sony (ISO Hot Shoe).

Use the Mitros+ on-camera as a key or fill light, as well as control and trigger other Mitros+ flashes or compatible flashes using Phottix Odin Receivers. The Mitros+ also offers a built-in Phottix Odin Receiver and Strato II Receiver.

Features

  • GN: 58 Sony-Compatible TTL Flash
  • Built-in: Phottix Odin Transmitter and Receiver, and Strato II Receiver
  • Sony-compatible Master/Slave IR Triggering Modes
  • High Speed Sync
  • AF Assist Light
  • External Battery Port, 3.5mm Sync Port
  • Quick Flash Mode

Jump over to the Phottix Online Store for more details. Use code XMAS2014 at checkout to save 10% on your holiday orders.

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Speaking of the Photix Mitros and Phottix Odin – I spy my little eye celebrity photographer Matthew Jordan Smith shooting with both Phottix products in a video recently released by Gary Fong.


Now in Silver – A New Phottix Luna Beauty Dish

The Phottix series of Luna Beauty Dishes and Softboxes have been very popular. We’re adding a new silver interior 85cm Phottix Luna Beauty Dish to the line-up. Silver beauty dishes add more contrast and “pop” to an image and are great for fashion photography.

With Luna interchangeable speed rings (Bowens mount included), the Luna series modifiers can be used on many different studio lights, or with the Phottix Mitros series flashes when combined with the Phottix HS Speed Mount II.

Jump over to the Phottix Online Store for more details. Use code XMAS2014 at checkout to save 10% on your holiday orders. [click to continue…]

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Phottix Luna folding Octabox

Phottix Luna folding Octabox

 

It’s no secret that photography gear is very expensive and that the hobby is general isn’t a cheap one. But there are gifts that you can snag for the photographer in your life (or yourself) that won’t break the bank too much or even at all. We’ve spent a week perusing deals and thinking of ideas for really affordable but solid gifts for the photographer under $100.”-The Phoblographer

If you are on a limited budget for the photography gear as Christmas gift, why not consider Phottix Luna Folding Octabox?

Clink here to find out 15 Gifts Under $100 for the Photographer.

Happy Holiday!

 

 

 

 

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Click on the picture to check out more about the first impressions on Phottix Indra500 TTL.

We’ve been in touch with Phottix for many years about the delivery of a monolight to the mass market. It went through lots of changes and redesigns, but at Photokina 2014, the company announced their Indra 500 monolight. Like Profoto’s B1’s, this light is a monolight with TTL light transmission built into it. The fact that it outputs around 500 watt seconds also means that it can deliver as much light as many speedlights.”- The Phoblographer


Check out the first impressions on Phottix Indra500 TTL on:

http://www.thephoblographer.com/2014/11/03/first-impressions-phottix-indra-500-ttl/#2mZLbBMB3xzdF7xZ.99

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Click on the picture to see the results!

Thank you to all of you who participated and supoorted this contest. Congratulations to the winners!

To see the results, please go to: http://www.thephoblographer.com/2014/12/03/winner-phottix-portrait-kit/#.VH_zTWdgmUl.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Cover Photos Tips and the new Phottix Indra500 TTL Studio Light at a workshop at Photokina 2014 with Michael Zelbel.

 

 

 

 

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