GoodLight Magazine Issue 16 is now available! Let’s see how to make use of Phottix Indra500 TTL to create your lighting setup flattering angles:
The Phottix Odin TTL Flash Trigger for Sony has new firmware. v1.14 offers the following changes:
- Modified the issue that when used on A99, flash can’t be triggered after adjusting ISO
through a cycle.
- Modified the issue that when used on A57, F60 does not fire by pressing the test button on
TCU while the camera is in sleep mode.
- Modified the issue that Odin TCU can’t turn off the group using Strato II.
- Test Button and Light Meters: Pressing the Test button on the transmitter will cause the
flashes in A, B and C groups to fire simultaneously. Group(s) turned off will not fire.
When the flashes in A, B and C groups are set to Manual (M) mode, pressing the Test button
on the transmitter will cause the flashes (which are powered on and on the same channel as
the transmitter) to fire an initial low-power pre-flash. The flashes will fire simultaneously at
their set manual power levels 2.5s later. This feature allows for light meters to be used
Phottix, a supplier of high-quality lighting equipment and accessories for photographers announces the Phottix Indra360 TTL Studio Light. The Indra 360 offers 360 watt-seconds of power and many of the same popular features as the award-winning Phottix Indra500 TTL – including High Speed Sync.
Earlier in the year, we had posts like “Big and Small Lights: Phottix Indra500 TTL and Mitros+” and “Behing-The-Scene Photo with Phottix System” demonstrating how Phottix Indra500 TTL cooperates with other gears and works as a system. Besides the system advantage, Zack’s review on Phottix Indra500 TTL goes through several considerations why he would choose Phottix over some other brands.
WPPI 2015 is almost here and Phottix is involved in many different ways. Participants can visit the Phottix in the Marquee Ballroom March 2-4 at Booth Number #1315 and see the new Phottix Indra500 TTL Studio Light and a host of demos by industry luminaries such as Lindsay Adler, Erik Valind, RC Concepcion, Robert Harrington, Danny Dong, Jonathan Thorpe and Nik Perkidis.