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Phottix Odin II TTL Flash Trigger for Nikon – Receiver

Phottix Odin II TTL Flash Trigger for Nikon – Receiver
Phottix Odin II TTL Flash Trigger for Nikon – Receiver Phottix Odin II TTL Flash Trigger for Nikon – Receiver Phottix Odin II TTL Flash Trigger for Nikon – Receiver
158,95 EUR
19 % VAT incl. excl. Shipping costs
Product no.:3823
Shipping time: in stock

The Phottix Odin II is the advanced version of the popular Phottix Odin system and offers an even easier handling.

When working with Odin II components only, it is possible to trigger as much as five separate groups. When components of other systems, like a Phottix Mitros+ are included, three groups are available. Furthermore when working with an all Odin II system, 32 channels are on hand, of which the channels 5-32 can additionally be assigned with an ID number. Like this it should be possible, that different photographers us the same channel in a close distance.

The new Odin II receiver is now equipped with a LCD display, that offers a neat overview of all settings.
The working range is 100m, what allows even more complex set-ups.

Please note: this article is the receiver only! Odin II transmitters are available separately, you can find them here!

A detailed manual you can find here (pdf file).



Features:

  • 5 groups  (Odin II-intern) , otherwise 3 groups
  • 32 channels (Odin II-intern), otherwise 4channels
  • High speed sync, second curtain sync
  • USB-port for firmware updates
  • Compatible with all Nikon flash lights, Indra 500/360 TTL, Mitros+, Odin
  • A compatibility with flash lights of third-party manufacturers is not guaranteed.
  • Delivery Content: Odin II receiver, 2x AA batteries, 3.5mm cable, 6.3mm adapter, lanyard, manual on USB drive

This Product was added to our catalogue on Tuesday 22 March, 2016.


 
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