Category Archives: Phottix

Metz Mecablitz 64 AF-1 flash officially announced, Phottix Mitros+ for Sony now shipping

The previously rumored Metz Mecablitz 64 AF-1 flash is now officially announced. Here is the 64 AF-1 description from metz.com (detailed specifications can be found here): “This top model puts every subject in the perfect light: the mecablitz 64 AF-1 digital impresses with its high-performance guide number 64 at ISO 100/21° and 200mm focal length. […]

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What else is new?

  → New Sony books: Photographer’s Guide to the Sony DSC-RX10 and  The Sony a7 and a7R: The Unofficial Quintessential Guide. See all Sony books on Amazon. → Phottix launched a new Mitros flash for Sony. → The new Samsung WB2200F camera is now shipping and is currently in stock.

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What else is new?

→ The price of the Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-RX100 II dropped $50. → Phottix coupon: 15% off from January 30th to February 7th when you enter the code HORSE15. → Ricoh and Google team up to allow Ricoh Theta spherical images to be posted on Google Maps and Google+. → New Panasonic DMW-LFC27A lens cap announced in Japan. → Those Chinese made Seagull CF100 […]

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Phottix announces Mitros+ TTL transceiver flash with built-in radio trigger

Phottix officially announced their new Mitros+ TTL transceiver flash with built-in radio trigger I mentioned few days ago. Here are the details:

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Phottix to announce new Mitros+ flash

Phottix published a teaser on their website about a new Mitros+ flash that will be announced in 16 days.

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The Phottix Mitros TTL flash for Canon is now available at the Phottix online store. Olympus poised to supply lens units to Sony as part of the deal that was reached last year: “The imaging sensor has already started to source from Sony to Olympus. And the lens and lens units will start to source from […]

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The next Phottix Odin is rumored to combine Nikon & Canon flash systems

The latest rumor indicate that the next version of the Phottix Odin TTL flash trigger will combine Nikon and Canon controls into one unit: “According to one of Phottix’s European distributors, the next generation of Phottix Odin TTL flash trigger (Phottix Odin II?) may allow you to control Nikon flashes from Canon cameras and Canon flashes […]

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