Phottix Odin II TTL Flash Trigger Transmitter - Sony
This is the transmitter only - Phottix Odin II Receivers are available separately for Canon and Nikon.
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.
Unrivalled 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 or groups of lights, in TTL Auto or Manual. Switch a Group OFF and its display line disappears from the screen. Displaying only active groups assures an easier and simpler viewing experience.
- 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*
- Second Curtain Sync
- AF Assist Light**
- Flash Zoom control
- Modelling Light Control with Indra500/360
- 4 GHz, Range 332ft (100m)
- Compatible with Indra500/360 TTL, Mitros+, Odin, Strato, Strato II, Atlas II
- Firmware upgradable
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 modelling 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. A built-in 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.
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.
What’s in the box?
- Odin ll Transmitter
- USB Cable
- Manual (USB Drive)
- Warranty Card
- Firmware Notice Card
- QC certificate
This is the transmitter only - Phottix Odin II Receivers are available separately for Canon and Nikon. Receivers are not available for the Odin II for Sony or Pentax transmitters.
The Odin II for Sony AF light will not work on E-mount cameras, only a-mount cameras
* On compatible cameras and flashes
** On A mount cameras only
Note: There are flash zoom control issues when using the Phottix Odin II Transmitter for Nikon with the Phottix Odin I Receiver for Nikon in the ratio mode. Zoom cannot be adjusted independently for A and B groups. Adjustments made to Group B will also be applied to Group A.
Note: The Odin II for Pentax transmitter is compatible with the Phottix Indra500 - using special Indra500 firmware found here.