The Phottix Journal has written a few posts on white background photographs. It’s a difficult art to master – getting your whites white can be a frustrating exercise of trial and error.
Phottix’s soon-to-be-released TTL flash trigger – the Phottix Odin – is wowing the people visiting the team. The above photo was taken of the lovely Phottix models – with a Canon 580 EXII flash into a gridded strip box, at 1/2500 second, EV +2.
After long last the Phottix BG-D3100 for Nikon D3100 DSLRs is available. The Phottix BG-D3100 holds one or two EN-EL14 batteries. A vertical shutter-release button to enable shooting in the same fashion as a horizontal grip. A short cable connects the grip to the camera’s shutter release port.
Phottix is happy to announce the release of its BG-60D Battery Grip for the Canon 60D DSLR. Phottix BG-60D Premium Series Vertical Grip/Battery Holder for Canon 60D digital cameras, similar to the BG-E9, holds two LP-E6 or six AA size batteries to offer double-length shooting time.
You’ve been waiting, you’ve been emailing, tweeting, and posting comments all asking the same question: Which name won the Phottix Name the TTL Trigger contest?