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 Wednesday, April 3, 2019

B&H has the Phottix Juno TTL Flash for Canon available for preorder with an expected availability date of Apr 18, 2019.

Product Highlights

  • Built-In Multi-Camera TTL Protocols
  • Commander Mode Fires Other Phottix Gear
  • Guide Number: 197' at ISO 100 and 200mm
  • Recycle Time: 0.1-3 Seconds
  • Zoom Range: 20-200mm (14mm with Panel)
  • PC Sync Port; 1/4"-20 Mounting Thread
  • Uses 4 AA Batteries or Canon CP-E4 Pack

Posted to: Canon News   Categories: Preorders, Phottix News
Post Date: 4/3/2019 8:11:23 AM ET   Posted By: Sean
 Friday, September 23, 2016

From Phottix:

Another Phottix First!
Anything Goes

Phottix presents the first studio light system compatible with Canon’s radio flash system. The Indra TTL was the next generation of Phottix’s innovative TTL products–the Indra500LC takes that one step further – incorporating the radio control and triggering the Canon RT and the Phottix Laso triggering systems. The Indra500LC gives photographers 500W/s of TTL power, opening up new possibilities and allowing photographers to shoot in shutter and aperture priority modes with incredible power.

High Speed Sync
With the Phottix Indra500LC TTL’s High Speed Sync function photographers can shoot at higher sync speeds* allowing wider apertures while still being able to control ambient light. In manual mode the Indra500LC offers 8 stops of power adjustments - from full power to 1/128 in 1/3rd stop increments. With Stroboscopic Mode, the Phottix Indra can be used for special effect and creative shooting with flash frequency of 1-100HZ and flash counts of 1-100 times.

Built-in Triggering
The Phottix Indra500LC TTL has the power and control of the Canon RT and Phottix Laso triggering systems built-in. Switchbetween TTL and Manual modes, adjust EV and manual power levels and use high speed sync, all from the Canon ST-E3, compatible Canon RT Speedlites and the Phottix Laso Transmitter - no extra hardware is needed

Supports older Canon non-RT flashes
One of the best things of the Phottix Laso Triggering system is it’s ability to incorporate older non-radio Canon flashes into your workflow. There’s no need to set aside your 580 EXII – add a Phottix Laso Receiver and have the ability to control and trigger it, and add it your other Canon RT-enabled flashes – and the Phottix Indra500 LC.

The Indra500 LC comes with a Li-Ion battery, cables, charger, carrying bag and a new, smaller 5” reflector to make the Indra500 LC easier to pack and take on location.

*On compatible cameras.

A 500W Studio Light Compatible with Canon’s RT flash system

Phottix Laso System launched a year ago to much industry buzz and acclaim. It provided something sorely lacking in the Canon RT flash system – backwards compatibility with legacy non-RT-flashes.

Phottix’s is continuously developing new user-friendly products that provide efficient and innovative solutions to photographers and is proud to announce another industry first – a Phottix Laso and Canon RT compatible version of the award-winning Phottix Indra500. The Indra500LC offers Phottix Laso and Canon RT system users another tool in their lighting arsenal.

INDRA500LC - THE POWER-UP FOR YOUR LIGHTING!

Fully compatible with the Phottix Laso and Canon RT ETTL System

  • Control and trigger the Indra500LC directly from the Phottix Laso Transmitter, Canon ST-E3, compatible Canon RT-enabled Speedlites.Empower Canon Speedlites with a more powerful Big Brother: Take lighting to the next level.
  • Augment the power of Canon Speedlites with the Indra500LC, featuring 500W/s of power, high speed sync up to 1/8000s and remote control and triggering.

Improved Accessories and functions

  • 5” Reflector: Smaller and easier to take on location with a reflective angle of 135 Degrees.
  • Smaller Gear Bag: More convenient for photographers that want to travel light-weight.
  • Real-Time Control Details: Changes made on the Laso or other control device are displayed on the Indra500LC display.

Pricing and availability to be announced.

B&H carries the Phottix Laso TTL Flash Trigger Transmitter & Receiver.

Posted to: Canon News, Nikon News, Sony News   Category: Phottix News
Post Date: 9/23/2016 7:44:06 AM ET   Posted By: Sean
 Monday, February 1, 2016

From Phottix:

NORTH WHITE PLAINS, NY, FEBRUARY 01, 2016 - Introduced at Photokina 2014, there is no flash triggering system that is more anticipated than the Odin II. It is the result of operational requests from the thousands of happy Odin users who love their TTL flash systems and want even more. Phottix is delivering on all of its promises. And then some.


Unrivaled Control and Streamlined User Interface
The Odin II gives photographers more control than they have ever experienced; control that is direct, logical, and fast.

Each of the 5 Groups has its own quick-access button. Changes are made by turning a large, perfectly-placed, control dial. Pick the light. Make the change. Lock it in. Shoot. A large, illuminated LCD panel shows all settings at a glance. Control five lights in TTL Auto or Manual. Switch the Group OFF and its display line disappears from the screen. Displaying only active groups assures an easier and simpler viewing experience.

More Channels and Digital ID
Pick from 32 channels. The first four channels offer three Groups and are compatible with the original Odin receivers. Channels five through thirty-two use the new functionality of the Odin II receiver including user-set digital ID for the ultimate in secure triggering. Remotely control speedlight zoom settings to provide the perfect coverage from broad light to spot. When shooting with Phottix Indra360/500 light, the Odin II transmitter also offers remote modeling light brightness control.

High Speed Sync and OverDrive Sync
High Speed Sync with TTL flashes and OverDrive Sync with manual, wire-connected, studio-type flashes enable flash photography at up to 1/8000 second for creative aperture effects and action stopping. An AF assist light makes autofocus shooting sure and fast in lower lighting.

A range of custom functions including switching ON/OFF of audible beep, screen illumination, and AF Illuminator function allows customizing the Odin II for any application.

"Just tap the group button and spin the wheel, it's super intuitive." - James Hays, Enchanted Images

A Complete "Anything Goes" Ecosystem
The Odin II system is compatible with the original Odin system, Phottix Mitros+ speedlights, the award-winning Indra360 and Indra500 TTL Studio lights, Strato, Strato II receivers, and Atlas II in receiver mode. Firmware upgrades for the Phottix Mitros+ and Indra360/500 will soon be available to take advantage of the new features of the Odin II.

The Phottix Lighting System offers solutions for every shooter. Hot Shoe flash minimalists can use the Odin II and the Mitros+. Photographers needing to overpower the sun can use the Phottix Indra, the Odin II and High Speed Sync features. Or these products can be combined creating the perfect lighting solution for challenging environments.

Major Features

  • 5 groups A, B, C, D, E
  • 32 channels with User-set Digital ID
  • Group buttons and control dial for fast changes
  • TTL Power Control +/- 3EV
  • Manual Power Control 1/1 to 1/128
  • High Speed Sync - up to 1/8000s
  • Second Curtain Sync (Nikon, Sony only)
  • AF Assist Light
  • Flash Zoom control
  • Modeling Light Control with Indra500/360
  • 2.4 GHz, Range 332ft (100m)
  • Compatible with Indra500/360 TTL, Mitros+, Odin, Strato, Strato II, Atlas II
  • Firmware upgradable

"The Odin II is the marriage of the most user-friendly interface I've ever seen and the most reliable triggering system I've ever used." - Dennis Pike, Photographer

Odin II vs Odin Feature Comparison Chart

The Odin II for Canon will be available on February 1st. Then Odin for Nikon will be available a few weeks later. The Odin for Sony will be introduced in late spring 2016.

B&H has the Phottix Odin II TTL Trigger Transmitter and Receiver available for preorder.

Posted to: Canon News, Nikon News, Sony News   Category: Phottix News
Post Date: 2/1/2016 7:33:06 AM ET   Posted By: Sean
 Monday, September 28, 2015

Phottix has introduced a new wireless triggering system called Laso which consists of a radio-enabled wireless trigger and receiver, both of which communicate using Canon's 2.4GHz radio standard.

That means you can use a mix of 600EX-RTs, 430EX III-RTs and older non-radio enabled EX flashes while controlling them all from the camera without the experiencing limitations of line-of-sight optical triggering.

You can even use the Phottix Laso Trigger in place of the more expensive Canon ST-E3-RT Speedlite Transmitter in an all-RT kit with full functionality.

B&H has the Phottix Laso Trigger and Laso Receiver available for preorder.

Posted to: Canon News, Nikon News, Sony News   Category: Phottix News
Post Date: 9/28/2015 7:04:36 AM ET   Posted By: Sean
 Tuesday, August 11, 2015

From MAC Group USA:

NORTH WHITE PLAINS, NY – AUGUST 11, 2015 – Elinchrom, Phottix and Sekonic have come to be regarded as leaders in their respective areas of expertise. Together they plan on defining an exciting, new future for the lighting category.

The Elinchrom, Phottix and Sekonic design engineers are hard at work on the most revolutionary lighting control system ever.

The key to this epoch-making event is a common “operating system” shared among the three partners incorporating their respective controllers, transmitters and receivers via a shared signal.

Phottix flash systems are currently capable of TTL and manual control with Canon, Nikon and Sony DSLR systems as well as their own Mitros+ hot shoe TTL flash and their portable, TTL monobloc Indra systems. Elinchrom is known for their high performance, portable power systems, exemplified by the ELB 400 and is also renowned for their light-shaping tools. Sekonic is known for their accuracy and reliability of meters for lighting measurement and control. The integration of select existing technologies as well as the joint development of new ones from this global alliance will create a creative lighting toolkit allowing photographers to dramatically expand their repertoire.

This industry-redefining partnership will result in new products and processes that will enable photographers to enjoy the portable power and simplicity of Elinchrom, the surety of precise metering with Sekonic and unfailing TTL triggering and power control with Phottix for unmatched lighting control.

Current new products in the works include:

  • Phottix and Elinchrom design engineers are collaborating on enhanced features for the next generation of the Skyport transmitter which will include hyper-sync functionality.
  • Photographers using the Phottix Indra 360 TTL or Indra 500 TTL lighting systems will soon have the ability to use the broad range of Elinchrom light-shapers, the most popular light-shaping tools in the world.
  • Sekonic is collaborating with both Phottix and Elinchrom to finalize two new 478-series LiteMaster Pro flash meters; one for Elinchrom featuring in-meter power control and one for Phottix that allows for triggering of groups from the meter.

Many more exciting collaborative projects are in the works and on the drawing board between these three powerhouses.

Jan Lederman, President of MAC Group US and MAC Group Europe, which will lead the way in marketing this new alliance said: “As children, we were always told to play nice in the sandbox. Now that we are grown, we want to redefine the sandbox. The goal of this revolutionary alliance is to give photographers around the world access to the very best products and technology no matter what their needs, style of shooting or experience level. With these three companies working together, we are creating an all-new future for what’s possible in the photographic lighting category.”

Steve Peer, CEO of Phottix added, “Ours has always been a culture of seeing an opportunity and pursuing it with relentless focus. Together with our new partners at Elinchrom and Sekonic, we will set an all new standard for lighting and control.”

Chris Whittle, President of Elinchrom commented “With so many technological firsts, we at Elinchrom are extremely ambitious for all photographers. We live light, and this new alliance will accelerate a raft of inclusive lighting solutions for Elinchrom mount users Worldwide.”

Harry Harada, Director of Sekonic said, “Our partners’ lighting tools working in concert with Sekonic lighting technology will make photography more enjoyable and controllable. Sekonic is now open to this enhanced partnership.”

B&H carries Elinchrom, Phottix and Sekonic gear.

Post Date: 8/11/2015 3:27:04 PM ET   Posted By: Sean
 Monday, July 13, 2015

From Phottix/MAC Group:

North White Plains, NY – July 10, 2015 – Effective July 10th, Phottix, international industry-leading manufacturer of TTL flash triggers and lighting solutions is joining MAC Group and together will be working to change the photographic lighting category forever.

“Phottix is the new standard for cutting-edge innovation and excellence in photographic TTL lighting triggering accessories. Together, we are committed to changing the industry and making TTL flash solutions easy and accessible to everyone,” said Jan Lederman, MAC Group President.

Holder of 40 patents, Phottix achieved acclaim for its award-winning Phottix Odin TTL Flash Trigger – the first trigger to feature full TTL, manual power, and flash zoom control. The revolutionary Phottix Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash combines a radio TTL flash trigger and receiver into a hot shoe flash that is now on the scene and exciting photographers worldwide. The recently introduced Indra500 TTL Monolight and Indra 360 TTL Monolight portable studio flashes will soon be the standard for the wedding and portrait market.

Phottix also offers an extensive line of electronic accessories including the Strato and Ares series of flash triggers, remotes, shutter releases, and lighting and studio solutions. All Phottix products are developed with feedback from professional photographers to make them totally intuitive and easily integrated into any shooter’s workflow. The Phottix products and in-the-field support are already becoming things of legend. Their stable of professional photographers and photo-educators is growing daily.

Together with MAC Group, our combined commitment will be on providing best-in-class education and inspiration to photographers looking to take their work to the next level.

B&H carries Phottix gear.

Posted to: Canon News, Nikon News, Sony News   Category: Phottix News
Post Date: 7/13/2015 8:36:50 AM ET   Posted By: Sean
 Tuesday, October 28, 2014

From Phottix:

U.S. introduction of Indra500 delivers new levels of power and versatility for professional photographers whether on location or in the studio

New York, NY (October 28, 2014) – Phottix announces the versatile new Phottix Indra500, a powerful 500 Watt-second Studio Flash designed with essential features that any on-the-go photographer will appreciate. Significant among these features is its built-in TTL Flash Triggering operation designed for use with both Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras, thanks to its award-winning Phottix Odin TTL Flash Trigger technology.

The new Indra500 TTL Light also features High Speed Sync up to 1/8000 second and 8 stops of versatile power adjustment from full-power to 1/128 power. Significantly too the flexible Indra500 can be powered by either a Li-ion Battery or an AC Adapter, making this new light perfect for use in the studio or on location.

“Having High Speed Sync on a studio light is a game changer for helping photographers control ambient light,” said Phottix CEO Steve Peer. “We’re very happy with the Indra500 TTL because it provides photographers with a lot of power and many control options.”

Features:

  • 500Ws Studio Light
  • TTL, Manual and Stroboscopic Modes
  • High Speed Sync – 1/8000s shutter speeds
  • Second Curtain Sync
  • Adjust +/- 3 EV
  • Manual Power 1/128 to Full Power in 1/3 Stops
  • Wireless Radio Power Control with Phottix Odin and Mitros+ systems
  • Odin for Canon and Nikon Receivers Built in
  • Phottix Strato II Receiver Built in
  • LED Modeling Light
  • Battery and AC Adapter Powered
  • 400 full-power shots when using 5000 mAh Indra Battery Pack, 2 second recycle times

The Phottix Indra500 TTL was developed for photographers on the move. Developed with input from some of the industries biggest names, the Indra500 TTL packs a lot of punch for its 4 lbs. 10.1 ounces weight.

Use TTL to shoot during fast moving events like weddings. Shoot on-location, under harsh sun and control ambient light with high-speed sync. Shoot wide-open with shutter speeds up to 1/8000s. The built-in Phottix Odin Receiver for Canon and Nikon makes the Indra500 TTL easy to control and trigger.

The Indra500 TTL offers 8 stops of power adjustment – from full power to 1/128 – perfect for overcoming midday sun or adding just a hint of light when shooting with large apertures. TTL exposures can be adjusted in +/- 3 EV levels.

High Speed and Second Curtain Sync
Traditional studio lights have limited shutter speeds to 1/200-1/250s. On location these speeds make balancing ambient light a challenge, having to sacrifice desired depth of field to get proper exposure. With the Phottix Indra500 TTL’s High Speed Sync function photographers can shoot at speeds up to 1/8000s, allowing wider apertures while still being able to control ambient light.

The Indra500 TTL’s Second Curtain Sync Functions brings untold functionality to the table. Photographers can’t do that with a traditional studio light. Flash bracketing and flash exposure lock can all be used to help get that perfect shot. With Stroboscopic Mode, the Phottix Indra can be used for special effects and creative images with flash frequency of 1-100HZ and flash count of 1-100 times.

Built-in triggering
The Phottix Indra500 TTL has the power and control of the award-winning Phottix Odin TTL Flash Trigger inside. Switch between TTL and Manual modes, adjust EV and manual power levels, use high speed sync and second curtain sync, all from the Phottix Odin TCU or Mitros+ Flash unit. With the Phottix Odin receivers for Canon and Nikon built-in, no extra hardware is needed.

Phottix Strato II users can also trigger the Indra500 TTL. With a Strato II receiver built into the Indra, Strato II transmitters can trigger the studio light in manual mode. An optical slave mode is also available. A 3.5mm sync port rounds out the Phottix Indra’s triggering offerings – it’s compatible with most major triggering systems.

Battery Pack and AC Adapter
The new Indra series from Phottix offers cutting-edge accessories for both the Indra500 TTL Studio Light and Mitros series flashes, starting with the Indra Battery Pack and AC Adapter. The Indra Battery Pack provides a lot of power in a compact unit. When used with the Indra500 TTL Studio Light it allows photographers to shoot 340 full power shots. Its dual power ports can power two Indra500 TTL Studio Lights simultaneously, perfect for on-location work.

The Battery Pack’s LED display provides instant visual feedback on power remaining in the 5000 mAh or 10000 mAh cells. The Battery Pack’s USB charging port allows for easy charging of smart phones or tablets. The Indra Battery Pack can also power hot shoe flashes. With cables compatible for Phottix, Canon, Nikon or Sony flashes, the battery pack offer ultra-fast flash recycle times for small flashes.

The Indra AC Adapter can power two Indra500 TTL studio lights in 110 or 220V environments – great for studio use, and provides added functionality for flashes – super-fast recycle times.

The Indra AC Adapter can also feed AC power directly into hot shoe flashes for lightning fast recharge times. Battery power is no longer an issue. The perfect accessory for using hot shoe flashes in the studio.

The Indra series of products is part of Phottix’s new PhottixPro line-up of products. PhottixPro products will be the company’s most innovative and technologically advanced.

The Indra500 TTL Studio Light, Indra Battery Pack and Indra AC Adapter will be available in October 2014. Indra500 TTL Light and Battery Set will be priced at $1295 USD.

B&H has the Phottix Indra500 TTL Light available for preorder.

Posted to: Canon News, Nikon News, Sony News   Category: Phottix News
Post Date: 10/28/2014 7:36:09 AM ET   Posted By: Sean
   
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