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- Built-In Odin
- Compatible with Canon E-TTL / E-TTL II
- Zoom Range: 24-105mm (14mm with Panel)
- Wireless Master/Slave TTL Functionality
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Phottix Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash for Canon
Phottix Odin TTL Flash Trigger Receiver for Nikon
The Odin TTL Flash Trigger is compatible with Strato 4-in1 and Strato II Multi 5-in-1 Wireless Triggers. Current users will have no problem adding the Odin to their current triggering systems. As the world of cameras and flashes is always changing the Photix Odin system can be upgraded when needed using the built-in USB ports.
- Wireless 2.4GHz Flash Triggering
- Compatible with Nikon iTTL
- Range of 328ft
- Access to 4 Channels and 3 Groups
- Maximum Sync Speed of 1/8000 Second
- USB Port for Firmware Updates
- Backwards Compatible with Strato Series
|Item Dimensions||2.28 x 3.07 x 7.95 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1.65 pounds|
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The Phottix Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash features a built-in Odin transmitter and receiver as well as full E-TTL / E-TTL II functionality for use with Canon cameras. The Mitros+ has a guide number of 190' at ISO 100 in the 105mm position, useful for illuminating subjects within a zoom range of 24 to 105mm. Additionally, the flash features wireless transmission via an optical pulse or IR triggering and can access 4 channels and 3 groups. This radio transmission and reception is compatible with Strato II transmitters in addition to full compatibility with the Odin-series wireless devices. Also, this Mitros+ has memory functions for saving up to three sets of flash and function information for quickly changing when needed. The flash head has the ability to rotate 180 Degree in each direction and tilt from -7 Degree to +90 Degree. This allows for excellent control over bounce angles during a shoot. Also, the Mitros+ features a recycle time from 0. 1 to 5 seconds that can be improved to 2. 5 seconds with a quick flash mode. Additionally, this flash unit features full manual controls and customizable shooting options that include high-speed sync and stroboscopic shooting modes. The flash runs on 4 AA batteries and comes with an attachable diffuser for softening light when needed. Other accessories include a soft case, 3. 5mm sync cable, USB cable, USB drive with manual, an adapter for external power packs, and a flash stand. Radio transmission is compatible with Odin and Strato II wireless triggering systems up to 328' away. Wireless functionality via optical pulses in 4 channels and 3 groups with a range of up to 52.5' indoors. Ratio modes from 1:8 to 1:1 and 8:1 are available for firing multiple flash units.
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These products were identified by a local photography store salesperson as being the only ones compatible with my Sony A7ii, purchased in March 2017, for off camera flash work. I have since, however, seen other brands listed as working for A7ii owners.
Long story short, the Mitros+ works great on-camera... but you have to first learn about flash and understand how it works with your camera. The owner's manual doesn't teach the basics of flash, it only explains the technical functions of the flash. It also required a firmware update... if you don't learn or know the basics of flash and update the firmware for the flash and Odin II, this product isn't going to work for off-camera flash. The firmware update is tricky because the instructions don't match the included files and what needs to be done with them.
After purchasing these products and having all kinds of headaches, I contacted Phottix... which only happens through their website on a contact form. I submitted 3 requests, never received a response.
The guys posting YouTube videos for use with the Sony a7 cameras don't mention bugs or quirks (fundamentally, the flash needing to be in TTL mode to be controlled by the Odin transmitter and difficulty with firmware updates), resulting in the consumer concluding they're doing something wrong, or, the flash is defective... neither of which is likely true.
Very happy with the build quality and flash since figuring out how to use properly, no thanks to Phottix!! :-)
For this kind of money, the lack of proper functionality, service, follow up, or effort to offer help by Phottix after numerous attempts, is why they get 2 stars.
Ultimately, this is a professional product. There is no educational component to understand flash/lighting from the owner's manual or online, and there is no support of any kind from Phottix, so far as I can tell. There are a few quirks to work properly with the Odin II for off-camera flash. If you're not willing to take that on, especially for $300 as a novice photographer (then another $209 for the Odin), you'll probably hate it. If so, you may love it.. but I have yet to see the glowing reviews mention the learning curve required, or, the quirks you need to know about for everything to work properly...
I noticed that the price has recently dropped, making me wonder if Phottix is getting ready to come out with an updated Mitros to work with the newer Odin II system. That would be an improvement, as this Mitros only controls three groups of flashes, whereas the newer Odin II transmitter will control up to five.
After I updated firmware to V1.06, all my 3 Phottix Mitros+ flashes exhibited a serious problem.
In my 3 flash setup, using TTL setting (one local, two remote), all three flashes fired, (when triggered, at random), full power for no apparent reason. It happened to 18 out of 778 images, which is 2.3%. All 18 images were blown out and not usable at all, even from RAW. Some of my important shot were gone forever!
I hope Phottix's personals are reading this updated review and perhaps they will test and correct this problem before it get out of hand and damage their reputation.
I lowered the 5 stars rating to 4 stars because of this serious problem!
Original review, November 29, 2014:
I am using this flash professionally, (for wedding, event, and portrait photography), with D700, D800E, and D750 with no problem. You can update to the latest firmware from http://journal.phottix.com/photo-accessory-news/mitros-mitros-firmware-nikon/#more-8140
I routinely use 3 TTL multiple flash setup, one on-camera and two remote. The Odin trigger system work beautifully, with less than 1% misfired, in a large reception room, (500-600 guests). The distance between flashes is about 8-150 feet.
I use both Quantum Instrument 2x2 and Phottix battery pack as external power sources, on top of the internal 4 AA batteries. I use light modifiers on all flashes. I also use high ISO, (between 1,000 - 3,000), to balance ambient light and the light from TTL flashes.
The result I achieved are well balanced images which would be very difficult to achieve during the fast moving event without Phottix's i-TTL and Odin combo.
Any TTL system is and will never be perfect from any flash brand because camera cannot read photographer's mind. I use TTL exposure as a starting point for adjustment in the post to meet my vision.
Any flash from any brand has limitation. Knowing this limitation and how to work around it is important.
Lighting knowledge is crucial, even in the age of i-TTL. TTL compensation setting, direction of light, color of light, and the ability to view images from the LCD screen are my best friends to achieve my vision.
So far, my three TTL setup flashes have been working fine. Although, I always have one extra backup flash with me, just in case.