COLOGNE, GERMANY: Building on the industry-changing Phottix Odin TTL Flash Trigger, Phottix announces the Phottix Odin II TTL Flash Trigger during 2014 Photokina. The Odin II adds new cutting-edge functionality and features to Phottix’s flagship flash trigger.
- 5 groups A, B, C, D, E
- 2.4 GHz frequency, Range 100m
- 32 channels with Digital ID
- Group buttons and control dial for fast power changes
- TTL Power Control +/- 3EV
- Manual Power Control 1/1 to 1/256
- Flash Zoom control
- High Speed Sync – up to 1/8000s
- Second Curtain Sync
- AF Assist Beam
- Compatible with Indra500 TTL, Mitros+, Odin, Strato II, Atlas II
- Modeling Light Control (Indra500 only)
The Odin II UI and control system has been overhauled making it faster and easier to use. It features 5 groups with individual buttons and a control dial for quickly adjusting flash power levels. An AF Assist light has been added to the Odin II TCU for improved focusing when used in low light environments.
With 32 channels and a new Digital ID function, the Odin II offers photographers a way to personalized their Odins and prevent triggering from other nearby triggers. By entering a 4 digit ID number, a photographer’s Odin II receivers will only trigger by transmitters using the same ID number.
The same features that made the original Phottix Odin an award-winning product are found in the new Odin II. TTL and Manual power control, flash zoom control, LCD display for visual feedback, high speed sync, and second curtain sync.
The Phottix Odin II is fully compatible with the Phottix ecosystem of flash triggers – the original Odin, Strato II and Atlas II. The Odin II will also control and trigger the Indra500 TTL Studio Light and Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash.
Designed with input from photographers around the world, the Phottix Odin II features a USB port for firmware upgrades. The Odin II for Canon, Nikon and Sony are expected to be available during Q1 of 2015.
About time someone brought out focus assist on a trigger. Something that has always frustrated me on my D3 when shooting in the dark.
Will the Phottix Odin II also work with the Odin receiver version I for the A B en C group?