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Phottix Odin Wireless TTL Trigger Set with Two Receivers for Canon

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Phottix Odin Wireless TTL Trigger Set with Two Receivers for Canon
Key Features
  • Wireless 2.4GHz Flash Triggering
  • Compatible with Canon E-TTL / E-TTL II
  • Range of 328'
  • Access to 4 Channels and 3 Groups
The Phottix Odin Wireless TTL Trigger Set provides wireless flash triggering with Canon E-TTL / E-TTL II functionality. This set includes the TCU transmitter and two receivers for using multiple flash units. These devices have a frequency of 2.4GHz and a range of approximately 328' for reliable triggering over distance.
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Phottix Odin Overview

The Phottix Odin Wireless TTL Trigger Set provides wireless flash triggering with Canon E-TTL / E-TTL II functionality. This set includes the TCU transmitter and two receivers for using multiple flash units. These devices have a frequency of 2.4GHz and a range of approximately 328' for reliable triggering over distance.

For setting up your flash units, you have access to 4 channels and 3 groups for ratios and manual settings. This allows for complete control over your lighting setup. Additionally, the Odin system can sync with your camera's shutter up to 1/8000 second.

Another feature of the Odin wireless triggering system is the inclusion of USB ports to install firmware updates. Also, it can be used with older Strato-series receivers and each component runs on 2 AA batteries.

Packaged with the trigger set are 6 AA batteries, a 3.5mm to PC sync cable, a 3.5mm to 3.5mm adapter, a 6.3mm adapter, a USB cable, a lanyard, and an instruction CD.

The transmitter features a backlit LCD screen for viewing in low-light conditions
Modeling flashes can be activated from the transmitter
TTL and manual controls are possible with ratio control and exposure compensation
This system is compatible with in-camera second-curtain sync modes

Phottix Odin Specs

General
Frequency
2.4 GHz
Distance
328' (100 m)
Channels
4
Groups
3
Max Sync Speed
1/8000 sec
Transmitter
Attachment
Shoe
1/4"-20 thread
Ports
USB port
Power Supply
2 x AA batteries
Operating Conditions
5 to 149°F (-15 to 65°C)
Dimensions
3.7 x 2.6 x 1.4" (9.4 x 6.6 x 3.5 cm)
Weight
3.3 oz (94 g)
Receiver
Attachment
Shoe
1/4"-20 thread
Ports
3.5 mm sync port
USB port
External power port
Power Supply
2 x AA batteries
5V DC external power supply
Operating Conditions
5 to 149°F (-15 to 65°C)
Dimensions
3.5 x 1.8 x 1.6" (9.0 x 4.5 x 4.0 cm)
Packaging Info
Package Weight
1.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
9.6 x 8.3 x 1.4"

Phottix Odin Reviews

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question

I have canon 5d mk iii and 2 Flashpoint RL 600. Can it work together? Can it do ETTL or HSS?
Asked by: Oup K.
Phottix flash accessories are designed and tested for major brand maker systems. That is, Canon, Nikon, and Sony systems for the Odin triggering system. The Odin system has not been tested with all other accessories made by all other companies. If the programming of a particular accessory maker flash or receiver is within the programming parameters of the Phottix Odin equipment, that flash or receiver not made by Phottix might work successfully with a Phottix Odin transmitter or receiver.This is all that I can tell you about your flash system.
Answered by: Phil B. Sekonic Expert
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

I have canon 5d mk iii and 2 speedlite 600ex-rt. I want to add a phottix mitros flash. Can I use this item to work together?
Asked by: Oup K.
Yes. you can use the Phottix Odin or Odin II transmitter+receiver for the equipment you have now (Odin Transmitter on camera; Odin receivers attached to flash shoes of 600EX-RT) The Phottix Mitros+ can be purchased with Canon contacts and has the Phottix Odin receiver built in. They can all be controlled in Auto or manual power level settings with the Odin transmitter.
Answered by: Phil B. Sekonic Expert
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

I have several Metz 64 af-1 and a Nissin di866 mark 2. Does any one know, have experience with or using the Phottix Odin with these flashes. I just want to know if these flashes work with the Odin radio trigger system?
Asked by: Ryan W.
Have no problem with using Phottix Odin with Canon flashes we use a Mark 2 Canon the Odin radio trigger system woks for me
Answered by: WAYNE C.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

will the receivers accept a standard sync cable from a studio lighting system?
Asked by: Anonymous
with the 3.5mm adapter they can utilize the standard sync cord for studio lighting.
Answered by: Josh L.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Can I use these on Elinchrom RX600's and fire them at 1/8000 of a second? Can the trigger handle more than 4 receivers?
Asked by: Tomas V.
The Elinchrom 600RX Monolights are not TTL-compatible and would not work with the High Speed Sync mode of the Phottix Odin Wireless TTL Trigger Set with Two Receivers for Canon.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Will the Odin allow remote flash power adjustment on a Canon 430EX and a 430EXII with the Odin receivers attached to the flashes ?
Asked by: Scott
Sorry, can't answer your question. However would think that should you need to use different power settings for each flash then this would need to be done on each flash separately and not from transmitter. Although not having tried to this I could be incorrect.
Answered by: GORDON B.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Will I be able to operate the flash controls from the back of my camera (Canon 5d Mark III) when using the Odin Trigger ?
Asked by: WARREN F.
You'll be able to operate some (but not all) flash controls (i.e. FEC) from the back of the camera, but most of what you'll be doing will likely be from the Odin controller which is super easy and super quick to use whether using ETTL or manual modes. Most group shoots I've gone to use Pocket Wizards and it's always good to have one with you to trigger other peoples lighting if you don't have your own lighting at an event, but I definitely prefer the Odin setup for my own personal use. It simply works, and it works quite well in my opinion. I love how quick and easy it is to change things on the fly for individual flashes or groups.
Answered by: GARY G.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Is there a light meter that is compatible with this system to remote fire wirelessly? I am trying to avoid having to remove the transmitter and the use of a sync cable.
Asked by: Robert
Robert:I wish I could be of assistance with your question. I am happy with my purchase of this system. The package arrived with only one receiver and I ordered two. It was clear that one had been knocked off in shipping. They were two boxes taped together because it was a packaged deal from Phottix through B&H. Between B&H and Phottix Odin I received the second receiver promptly. I called B&H and then Phottix called me (I don't know who, B&H or Phottix, paid the cost of the second receiver that was lost in shipping (I don't think it was Fed Ex or UPS because it clearly happened in the warehouse of B&H or Phottix) but I am a happy customer). The problem was resolved in a couple days at no expense to me.I am an amateur photographer with equipment whose sophistication is over my head. The intention is to grow into it. I use the Canon 5D Mark III and these triggers work fine using ETTL and they also work fine using the manual mode with complete ability to control the power separately and do so from the camera (or the receiver, whichever is easier for you at the time). I have no light meter except the one internal to the camera. I use no sync cord and this was important to me when researching a system that I would use. If you plan to use ETTL make sure your flash is capable of ETTL. I have the Canon 580 EXII which is no longer available (new) so I purchased the 430 EXII for the second flash and it works fine. If you go below that make sure you check for ETTL compatibility if that is important. I believe the 580 EXII was discontinued because of the new 600R (?) flash which I'm quite sure is probably a good flash but as of now there aren't too many cameras that can take full advantage of the features (so far the Canon 5D Mark III is it, I think).I love the product and recommend it to others but I don't think this answers your question, sorry.B&H is a great source not just for product but for information and research on what to get.Jim H
Answered by: Jim H.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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