Phottix Odin II TTL flash trigger released

Phottix officially released their Odin II TTL flash trigger. Additional information, including a comparison with the previous version (pre-order & pricing):


  • 5 groups A, B, C, D, E
  • 32 channels with User-set Digital ID
  • Group buttons and control dial for fast changes
  • TTL Power Control +/- 3EV
  • Manual Power Control 1/1 to 1/128
  • High Speed Sync – up to 1/8000s
  • Second Curtain Sync (Nikon, Sony only)
  • AF Assist Light
  • Flash Zoom control
  • Modeling Light Control with Indra500/360
  • 2.4 GHz, Range 332ft (100m)
  • Compatible with Indra500/360 TTL, Mitros+, Odin, Strato, Strato II, Atlas II
  • Firmware upgradable

Phottix Odin II TTL flash trigger vs. the old version comparison:

Phottix Odin II TTL flash trigger vs old Odin feature comparison

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  • malchick743

    Not too happy with the reduction of functionalities such as lack or rear sync for Canon and manual-only flash zoom control, not sure why these are missing

    • TinusVerdino

      Lack of any Pentax support :p

  • Lack of rear sync for Canon is a big draw back, i agree, luckily im Nikon user. I dont see manual only zoom control as drawback since i dont see the practical use of automatic flash head zoom anywhere else except when you use only 1 hotshoe mounted speedlight that “breaths” together with zoom lens. Since you cant hotshoe mount speedlight when using odin II, there is really no point. What i really like is user interface and as a Nikon user i find this triggers perfect replacement for my Yongnuo 622-TX triggers since Yongnuos have been unreliable and caused me a lot of stress. I just preordered the Odin II triggers and expect them to improve my workflow a lot.

  • Travis Haughton

    Can this trigger or any other trigger for Nikon work with a flash that has the radio receiver built-in? I’m trying to find the closest alternative for Nikon that works like Canon’s 600EX system.

    • Curt Davis

      The new Lumopro LP180R has a built in Odin receiver.

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