Phottix Indra500 TTL Battery Powered Studio Light (PH00307)
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- Offers 500Ws of power, is adjustable over an 8-stop range (NON-TTL Mode) or +/- 3 EV (TTL Mode), and has a recycling time of 2 seconds at full power. Faster recycle times can be achieved with the addition of the AC Adapter (not included). Up to 300 full power flashes can be fired in a single charge with the included 5000mAh Li-ion battery
- Trigger wirelessly up to 328’ away in either Non-TTL or TTL Mode with compatible Nikon and Canon cameras via the optional Odin Radio Transmitter (not included). TTL power can be adjusted remotely by +/- 3 EV, from 1/128 to full power
- Group multiple Indras or Mitros+ Speedlites together or in separate groups and trigger them on one of 32 different channels. Indra is also compatible with Phottix Strato II Transmitters in Non-TTL Mode only
- Shipped with an S-mount umbrella-type reflector and is compatible with a broad range of other Phottix light-shaping products. Additional radio-capable Odin and Mitros products are also available for purchase separately
- Offers advanced professional features like High Speed Sync, Second Curtain Sync, Stroboscopic Mode, and Automatic Flash Bracketing for greater flexibility and creative opportunities
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The Phottix Indra500 TTL Monolight and Battery Kit offers 500Ws of power, is adjustable from 1/128 to full-power over an 8-stop range and has a recycling time of 2 seconds at full-power with the included Li-ion. It can be triggered by the Phottix Odin Transmitter (not included) at distances up to 328' thanks to its built-in Phottix Odin radio receivers.
The Phottix Indra500 TTL Monolight is also TTL capable with Nikon and Canon cameras, giving photographers seamless exposure transition in rapidly changing light conditions by using their camera's auto-exposure technology. Using the optional Odin transmitter (not included), TTL power can be adjusted remotely by +/- 3 EV.
The Phottix Indra500 TTL Monolight ships with an S-mount umbrella-type reflector and is compatible with a broad range of other Phottix light shaping products. Additional radio-capable Odin and Mitros products are also available for purchase separately.
TTL with Canon and Nikon Cameras:
The Indra500 TTL take advantage of their camera's auto-exposure technology for quick and accurate exposures
High Sync Speeds:
The Phottix Indra's High Speed Sync function allows speeds up to 1/8,000 sec. for a much wider exposure latitude
Second Curtain Sync:
The Second Curtain Sync can be used to create a natural looking blur trail behind subjects in progressive motion
The Indra can automatically vary its power to get lighter and darker shots around your prime exposure
Capture sequential action by varying the Hertz rate from 1-100 Hz and the flash frequency from 1-100 times per exposure
Use an Odin Transmitter (not included) to trigger the Indra from 328’ away. Also adjust Nikon or Canon TTL exposure compensation by +/- 3 EV. Additionally adjust power by 1/3-stop increments over an 8-stop range in NON-TTL mode
As camera technology changes, the Indra500 can change along with it through firmware updates via USB port.
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The battery is separated from the light but still light and powerful. There are some inconsistencies with the white balance when you push different apertures. Nothing that can't be corrected in post, but only if you have the time. If you are a fast pace fashion photographer, get profoto or broncolor.
Anyways, this has the potential to be a great system.
This is half the price of the Profoto
Great Carrying case.
White balance inconsistencies with aperture changes.
Horrible batteries. The batteries are supposed to last 400 cycles. If you charge your battery twice a week, That is 4 years.
Not this one. It died after 25 cycles. I had to buy another one and guess what? Happened the same.
I'm trying to find a solution at the time since buying another defective one will not fix the problem.
Cons: Phottix could make the battery cases shockproof. See Support below.
Support: Fine. Support cost: On the high side. I dropped a battery pack from a fair distance this spring and broke something inside. I contacted Phottix's US support (MACGroup 75 Virginia Rd, White Plains, NY 10603, 914-347-3300) and received an immediate response. I sent my battery pack in for repair. My battery pack was out of warranty, and I paid $190 to replace and return it. I received it within 10 days.
Please be aware of this problem. I think I would give it 5 stars if the following didn't happen...A Big Set back to me I hate to have to do something twice and who knows how long this may take. I wanted to save but I think I'll may make a change to Profit if I can return these items.
May 9th. 2016 pm/ I just opened my new light and Odin II Transmitter & Receiver. I looked to see about firmware updates. I use Mac and had an issue so I did the update on the flash with the PC version. All seemed well in going from 1.05 to 1.06. But when I powered up the light and transmitter I have only 4 menus instead of the 5 before the change. Also only 4 channels instead of the 32 and No ID available? What did I do wrong?
May 10th.am/ I tried again to download/update the firmware for the Phottix_Indra500_TTL_studio_light_V1.06/MAC/FDS\ V1.64.app I was able to do it on my mac using terminal approach. Still I don't have any channels 5-32 or D & E groups and the ID available. I wish I haven't wasted my time on this. But the info said to check for updates. I guess I should of not done that. Very Disappointing. Lester
eMail May 11th.am
Phottix (HK) Ltd.
Dear Lester Wilson,
Answer: Thank you for contacting us. For Indra, V1.06 features only 4 channels for now. We are working on the update with Odin II compatibility. A new firmware to be announced on our blog: journal.phottix.com Thank you.
Please feel free to contact us in case you still have any question on this issue.
my reply May 11th. 10am/ I would Buy that answer, BUT it worked with ALL 32 channels and the ID along with the 5 Groups out of the box! What Happened! Can I just get it back to the 1.05 version? Very Disappointing, I think I am going to ask for a refund! At least Thank You for the reply! Lester
I have the Canon 600 RT EX with trigger and it wrks nice. I have made many thousands of dollars in Canon purchases from Amazon, I think I'll need to reevaluate my shopping preferences again.