Shooting with a gridded Phottix Mitros+ for dramatic effect with Zack Arias at GPP

Shooting with a gridded Phottix Mitros+ for dramatic effect with Zack Arias at GPP

Phottix had the pleasure of working with acclaimed photographer Zack Arias during his workshops at the week-long 2016 Gulf Photo Plus event in Dubai. Zack and his students used the Strato II Multi Flash trigger, Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash, Easy-up Umbrella softboxes and Varos Pro Umbrella Adapters during his well-loved One Light Workshops. [click to continue…]

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On-location with Hong Kong photographer Emil Tse, using the now-available Phottix Odin II TTL Flash Trigger and the Phottix Indra500 TTL Studio Light. Also making an appearance, the Phottix Hexa-Para softbox. [click to continue…]

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The Phottix Odin II, available earlier this week, has received critical acclaim from our international team of product testers. What are they saying?

by Dennis Pike

by Dennis Pike

The Odin II is the marriage of the most user friendly interface I’ve ever seen and the most reliable triggering system I’ve ever used.

Dennis Pike, Dennis Pike Photography, United States.

by Danny Dong

by Danny Dong

The Odin II is the best, it makes off camera flash super easy, fast and intuitive

Danny Dong, Danny Dong Photography, United States. [click to continue…]

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Sekonic L-478DR-PX

Sekonic L-478DR-PX

Sekonic announced two new light meters compatible with the systems of its alliance partners Elinchrom and Phottix.

The new models of L-478DR-EL Series and L-478DR-PX Series, developed with cooperation of Elinchrom in Switzerland and Phottix in Hong Kong, offer wireless triggering and power control of Elinchrom flash units and triggering of flashes and radio triggers using the Phottix Strato II protocol, respectively.

Both use Sekonic’s breakthrough DTS (Data Transfer Software) system that automates meter calibration to the camera-in-use and expanded Cine features that put these meters in a class of their own. Each meter features a distinctive, signature-color rubber surround and name badge for the flash brand it controls.

Flash Triggering with Phottix Strato II Protocol products
The L-478DR-PX flash control screen allows selection of a single group or a combination of groups for flash brightness measurement. The F-number value for the light being measured appears in a central area on the screen as well as over respective group selection button. [click to continue…]

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Phottix Odin II front White LRIntroducing the Odin II TTL Flash Trigger:
Phottix adds cutting edge functionality and features to their flagship trigger

Introduced at Photokina 2014, there is no flash triggering system that is more anticipated than the Odin II. It is the result of operational requests from the thousands of happy Odin users who love their TTL flash systems and want even more. Phottix is delivering on all of its promises. And then some.

Unrivalled Control and Streamlined User Interface
The Odin II Transmitter gives photographers more control than they have ever experienced; control that is direct, logical, and fast.

Each of the 5 Groups has its own quick-access button. Changes are made by turning a large, perfectly-placed, control dial. Pick the light. Make the change. Lock it in. Shoot. A large, illuminated LCD panel shows all settings at a glance. Control five lights or groups of lights, in TTL Auto or Manual. Switch a Group OFF and its display line disappears from the screen. Displaying only active groups assures an easier and simpler viewing experience.

More Channels and Digital ID
Pick from 32 channels. The first four channels offer three Groups and are compatible with the original Odin receivers. Channels five through thirty-two use the new functionality of the Odin II receiver including user-set digital ID for the ultimate in secure triggering. Remotely control speedlight zoom settings to provide the perfect coverage from broad light to spot. When shooting with Phottix Indra360/500 light, the Odin II transmitter also offers remote modeling light brightness control. [click to continue…]

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