How does the Phottix Odin II compare against Canon’s radio system? What are the pros and cons of both systems? See the above video by Wasio Photography – award-winning Chicago-based wedding photographers.
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Canon also announced the PowerShot G7 X Mark II and lightweight PowerShot SX720 HS digital cameras.
Following Ricoh’s announcement of the Pentax K-1 full frame DSLR, Canon has announced the 80D, and upgrade to the popular 70D. Among other new features, the Canon 80D features a 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor for, as Canon says in its press release, “…crisp images with fine detail.”
Other features include:
- New 45-point all cross-type AF system (compared to 19-points on the Canon 70D)
- Intelligent Viewfinder with approximately 100% viewfinder coverage
- Newly Developed 24.2 Megapixel (APS-C) CMOS sensor
- DIGIC 6 image processor for enhanced image quality
- Improved Dual Pixel CMOS AF for smooth, fast and accurate autofocus with video and stills
- Built-in Wi-Fi®2 and NFCTM2 capability for easy transfer of images and movies to compatible mobile devices
- 1080/60p Full HD video to capture brilliant results in MP4 format for easy movie sharing on select social networking sites
- Vari-angle Touch Screen 3.0-inch Clear View LCD II monitor enables flexible positioning and clear viewing even outdoors
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.