Phottix Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash released for Nikon DSLRs
Sometime in the fall of 2013, the Phottix Mitros+ has been released for Canon DSLR cameras. The manufacturer has promised that a Nikon version will follow soon. Well, months have passed since then, but the wait is finally over. The TTL Transceiver Flash is also available for Nikon DSLRs with the same amazing features.
Phottix Strato TTL Flash Trigger unveiled for Nikon DSLRs, too
The amazing Phottix Strato TTL Flash Trigger, which has impressed photographers worldwide, is now available for Nikon users as well. The accessory has been released for Canon cameras earlier this year, while now it has managed to become compatible with Nikon DSLRs with the same features and a similar price tag.
Phottix announces Strato TTL flash trigger for Canon DSLR cameras
Phottix has expanded its lineup of flash triggers and wireless remote controllers. The new Strato TTL is capable of remotely triggering TTL flashes, supporting a maximum shutter speed of 1/8000th of a second. It is compatible with Canon DSLR cameras and will become available on the market sometime in the middle of October.
Phottix introduces new Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash
Phottix has begun teasing the so-called Mitros+ a few days ago. Sources were speculating that we might be looking at a flash gun with built-in radio control. Well, the rumors have become true as the Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash is here and it comes with the awesome capability of TTL triggering via an Odin transmitter.
Phottix launches 16″ Multi Boom flash bracket
Phottix is continuing its tradition of useful accessories with the launch of the 16″ Multi Boom flash bracket for umbrella softboxes. The product is available now for standard umbrella-style swivels made by Phottix itself or by other manufacturers. The Multi Boom can hold two flash guns, which can be tilted up to 180 degrees.
Phottix Mitros TTL Speedlight finally available for Canon cameras
Phottix amazed the Consumer Electronics Show 2012 audience with the capabilities of the Mitros TTL Speedlight. However, the flash gun disappeared after the event. It seems like Phottix has been working hard to fulfill its promise because the Mitros TTL flash gun has finally become available with support for Canon DSLR hot shoes.