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Product no.:3819
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Easy-to-handle TTL flash trigger with a reach of 100m!

With the Phottix Strato TTL you can trigger next to hot shoe flashes also studio lights. Furthermore it can be used as a remote control (wireless or tethered), too.

The Strato TTL offers four channels and an EV adjustment of +/- 3 stops.
The handling is very intuitive, all settings are shown on a display at the back of the transmitter. But also in-camera flash menu functions are supported.

Next to the second curtain mode the Strato TTL has also a high speed sync mode with 1/8,000s.

The Strato TTL is compatible to other Phottix flash trigger systems. So the Strato transmitter can trigger the receiver of the Strato (I + II) and the Atlas II system. The Strato TTL receiver can be triggered by a transmitter of the Odin (I + II) and the
Strato (I + II) system. Though not all combinations support all functions, like second curtain and high speed sync.


  • Remote trigger for hot shoe flashes and studio lights
  • Remote control wireless (2.4 GHz or tethered)
  • 4 channels
  • TTL: +/- 3 stops
  • High Speed Sync: 1/8.000s
  • 2nd curtain
  • Working range: up to 100 m
  • USB-port for firmware updates
  • Powered by AA batteries (2 pcs. for each component)
  • Compatible with all Nikon DSLR cameras and flashes (third party flashes might not work properly)
  • Weight: transmitter 120 gr, receiver 125 gr
  • Measurements (L x W x H): 9,3 x 4,5 x 4,5 cm (transmitter/receiver)
  • Delivery Content: Strato TTL transmitter + receiver, bag, 4x AA batteries, USB  cable, shutter cable N6/N8/N10, studio flash cable 3.5mm, PC to 3.5mm cable, adapter 3.5mm auf 6.3mm, 2 lanyard, CD with manual

This Product was added to our catalogue on Friday 29 April, 2016.

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