Phottix Atlas II – Better than ever

August 22, 2012

The new Phottix Atlas II Wireless Trigger

The new Phottix Atlas II Wireless Trigger

The Phottix Atlas II is the professional choice for reliable wireless flash triggering. Say goodbye to transmitters and receivers to trigger flashes, studio lights, and cameras – one remote will do it all. The Atlas II triggers flashes at sync speeds of up to 1/250 sec.* The system will trigger cameras, flashes and studio lights at distances of 350 meters or more.

The Phottix Atlas II is a transceiver. With the simple change of a switch the Atlas II is ready to either transmit or receive signals. Simplify your off-camera flash triggering – one unit can be used as a transmitter or receiver.

Triggering flashes is only one of the Phottix Atlas II functions. It can also be used, with Phottix Accessory Cables, as a wired or wireless shutter release. It now features a two stage shutter button – a half-press will autofocus, a full press takes a photo.

The Atlas II is compatible with Phottix Strato and Odin series TTL triggers. It fits in perfectly with Phottix’s existing line-up, allowing the power and freedom of a long-range transceiver. With its new functions. the Atlas II is not compatible with the original Phottix Atlas trigger.

Remember this, looking at the antennae colors of the original Atlas and Atlas II.

Green + Green = Triggering supreme!

Green + Black = Out of luck, Jack.

See you Phottix retailer for more information. The Atlas II is available in single or twin packs and is shipping to retailers and available in the Phottix Online Store.

– Long Range
– High Sync Speed
– Transmitter and receiver modes
– 4 channels
– Triggers hot shoe flashes and studio lights.
– A hot shoe port and two sync ports for attaching flashes and strobes.
– Wired and wireless shutter release functions
– Digital IC
– Two-color status LED
– Uses AA Batteries or DC power port

Technical Specs
Frequency: 2.4 GHz.
Range: 350m
Channel: 4 channels
Batteries: 2 x AA batteries
Max sync speed: 1/250 sec*
Ports: Hot shoe, 3.5 mm ports
Attachment: 1/4 tripod lug
Operating temperature: -15—65 C

Jp September 2, 2012 at 12:05 pm

I agree, these are the best ever. Goodbye Pocket Wizard . .

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