New Phottix products: Strato, Ares TTL flash trigger and MitrosTM TTL flash

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The Phottix Strato TTL Flash Trigger will come in Canon, Nikon and Sony versions and will be released at the end of the year:

"The Strato TTL Flash Trigger provides an easy-to-use and affordable TTL flash triggering solution to photographers. High-speed and second curtain sync are supported in this 4-channel, 2.4 GHz transmitter and receiver set. Shoot at maximum shutter speeds of 1/8000 s."

Phottix also announced the Ares flash trigger:

"Phottix is proud to announce the Phottix Ares – a simple way to use off-camera flash. The 8-channel transmitter and receiver units have a range of 200m and feature a “fire-all” channel function. No advanced bells or whistles – simple, reliable and affordable radio flash triggering engineered with Phottix durability and quality."

Phottix announced also the MitrosTM TTL flash:

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  • Fmj

    Nice, finally a proper TTL trigger from Phottix, i assume this is their response for the YN-622?

    hopefully, price will be below $100 for the pair.

    • wys

      I curious about how these stack up to their Odin TTL Triggers which cost $350. Are these meant to be striped down, cheaper, more affordable versions?

    • BC

      I feel certain that the Stratos TTL pair will not be below $100.

  • Fmj

    actually, with the LCD screen, probably it will cost more than the YN

  • http://brettmaxwellphoto.com brett maxwell

    why couldn’t the flash have a Strato receiver built in??

  • LovelyHead

    The Yongnuo 622 triggers, though Canon only, have thrown a massive spanner in the works for Phottix, PW and Pixel King. How can they compete with the 622 without undermining their top-end models which themselves are no more functional than the 622 apart from the control interface (onboard for Odin, in-camera for 622)? I wouldn’t like to be in their shoes right now.

  • BC

    Wish they had some prices on these.

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