The Phottix Odin Z Operating System is now available for Canon, Nikon and Sony users!

The Phottix Odin Z Operating System announced now available for download for Canon, Nikon and Sony users.

Odin Z keeps the most-loved Phottix features and adds cutting-edge options and technologies. Best of all, it’s available to all Phottix users through a firmware upgrade. We believe in moving forward while leaving no one behind.

Download:

Odin Z for Canon

Odin Z for Nikon

Odin Z for Sony

Odin Z Operating System Features:

  • Auto-Switching – Every TTL system is built into every product. Products will automatically “switch” to the system being used by the photographer.
  • Auto-Metering – Use your flash as a light meter. Phottix products will tell you what manual power level to set
  • Real-Time Displays – Power levels are displayed on both products and triggers
  • Simplified – UI, software and hardware protocols have been upgraded and streamlined for easier use.

Phottix’s technology has evolved and we want to ensure our customers can use this technology to evolve their skills and advance their hobby or career. No matter how challenging the image they set out to create, working with Phottix gear should be anything but challenging. From hobbyists to seasoned professionals Phottix provides lighting solutions from A to Z.

What does this mean product by product?

Indra500 / Indra360

  • Updates Rx options to Odin II, Ares II.
  • Auto-switching TTL (Canon, Nikon, Pentax)*
  • Auto Metering*
  • Real-Time Visible Power Control on Flash
  • Dedicated Manual Mode

Odin II Transmitter

  • OS upgrade
  • Auto Metering mode*

Odin II Receiver

  • OS upgrade
  • Auto Metering mode*
  • Does not support cross-brand system
  • Does not support display of power level on flash. Flash set to TTL

Mitros+

  • OS upgrade
  • Auto Metering mode*
  • Updates Rx options to Odin II, Ares II.
  • Does not support cross-brand system
  • Does not support display of power level on flash. Flash set to TTL

* Auto Metering Mode requires the use of an Odin II Transmitter

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