Zack Arias on the concept of buying lights:
When you buy lights you are buying into a system. The system includes power options, speedrings, triggers, etc. Some things are universal while other things are proprietary and you have to decide what’s going to work for you today and down the road.
Earlier in the year, we had posts like “Big and Small Lights: Phottix Indra500 TTL and Mitros+” and “Behing-The-Scene Photos 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.
Zack’s final comments on Phottix Indra500 TTL?
I am really impressed with this light. I can’t believe how nice of a light this thing is. With a starting price of $1,200 it might seem expensive, but when you compare it to a Quarda kit or the Profoto B1 you’ll quickly see that it’s quite affordable in this segment of the market. If I had to do it over again today I would choose the Phottix over the Quadra…
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