Phottix Introduces Odin II TTL Flash Trigger

Designed with many of the same features that made the original Odin so popular, the Phottix Odin II TTL UI and control system are now faster and easier to use. This updated model offers a 2.5 GHz frequency (with a range of 100m), 32 channels (with a digital ID code), 5 groups (A, B, C, D, E), group buttons and a convenient control dial for fast power changes, a manual power control (1/1 to 1/256), a flash zoom control, high speed sync (up to 1/8000s), an AF assist beam, a modeling light control (Indra500 only), second curtain sync and a TTL power control +/- 3EV. 

The new digital ID function allows photographers to personalize their Odin II units with a special 4 digit ID code. This prevents their Odin II from being accidentally activated by nearby units because Odin II receivers can only be activated by transmitters that use the same ID number. The Phottix Odin II is compatible with other Phottix flash triggers, such as the original Odin, Strato II and the Atlas II.

The Odin II will also be able to control and trigger the Indra500 TTL studio light and the Mitros+ TTL transceiver flash. The Odin II features a USB port for firmware updates and units made for use with Canon, Nikon and Sony are expected to become available in 2015.

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