The Wall Street Journal leads today on the efforts of star-directors like Tarantino and Judd Apatow to force studios to commit to long term minimum orders from Kodak for rolls of film.
Last week Nikon released the high end D810, their latest high end DSLR. With the D800 sensor landing a knockout blow to detractors when it was released the new model mostly comes with tweaks. Except in its video capabilities where they kicked the D810’s performance well beyond its predecessor.
After considerable development and testing Phottix is happy to announce the newest addition to the Phottix Mitros+ family: The Phottix Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash for Sony (Minolta Hot Shoe).
Use the Mitros+ on-camera as a key or fill light, as well as control and trigger other Mitros+ flashes or compatible flashes using Phottix Odin Receivers. The Mitros+ also offers a built-in Phottix Odin Receiver and Strato II Receiver. Existing Phottix triggers, like the Phottix Odin or Strato II can be used to trigger the Mitros+ without extra receivers.
- GN: 58 Sony-Compatible TTL Flash
- Built-in: Phottix Odin Transmitter and Receiver, and Strato II Receiver
- Sony-compatible Master/Slave IR Triggering Modes
- TTL, Manual and Multi Stroboscopic Modes
- High Speed Sync
- AF Assist Light
- Flash Zoom: 24-105mm
- External Battery Port, 3.5mm Sync Port
- Quick Flash Mode
While chatter about cameras has gone quite this week, chatter in the photographic, and gadget community about drones is only getting louder. A few months back it seemed government agencies were starting to fire warning shots at rogue drone photographers by taking irresponsible snappers to court. Technically anyone who is experimenting with drone photography is called a pilot but this is an analogy comparable to witch doctor and hospital doctor. Yet, at the same time with drones being the latest gadget for tech enthusiasts to “wow” over, their well earned rep as a big persons toy is deserved because, they are really, really cool. And, they have helped to produce some unbelievable shots especially of action sports.
Phottix is releasing the v1.05 firmware upgrade or its Phottix Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flashes for Nikon. Firmware Version v1.05 files are available