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PHOTTIX ODIN TTL TRIGGER FOR NIKON DRIVER
The Phottix Odin wireless system addresses all these concerns when delivering TTL-auto flash exposures.
In Operation When the Odin radio transmitter and receiver are on, they flash green. The Nikon speedlight must be set to the basic On position not Remote or Master.
Phottix Odin II TTL Flash Trigger Receiver for Nikon
And be sure to set the speedlight to TTL mode for all operations. When I use only two lights, Group B serves as fill or hair light, but you get the picture. Zoom Menu Keeping the flash set in TTL mode, you can shape the throw of light from the Phottix Odin by setting focal length for each group independently. In Photoshop, I toned down some of the excessively PHOTTIX Odin TTL Trigger for Nikon areas to focus attention on his face. Use the Zoom button to reach another menu so you can manually set focal length on each group of lights.
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And you can increase or decrease PHOTTIX Odin TTL Trigger for Nikon for both lights simultaneously on this screen. Lighting ratio effects are not as subtle or as well defined as those achieved with the Main menu, but this is so much faster and easier, and probably more familiar to many of you. Group C is disregarded in this mode. If you decide to start from scratch, use the Clear button. But be aware that this clears settings on all screens but not channel settings.
Field Test Notes You can turn on the Odin units, flash, and camera in any order without affecting communications. That means that you can play around with settings on one screen without affecting output from the other screen.
When setting any group to Manual output or zoom, do not make any adjustments to the flash unit itself. Make sure the required group is flashing—using the Select button—before engaging the Mode button or trying to change EV settings.
Also, there is no sleep function, so be sure to turn all units off when not in use. And there appears to be little power drain all around. And there are no external antennas to deal with.
In these two examples shown with Odin light ratio settings that I usedI first positioned the PHOTTIX Odin TTL Trigger for Nikon A flash with diffusion dome in the front-left corner of the set aimed into the ceiling but angled slightly downward toward the subject. Then I added the Group B strobe, on the floor, bounced into the wall at an upward angle so that it hit the white plastic sweep at the back.
The controls are logical, simple to use, and allow extremely fast adjustments. With five groups, A, B, C, D and E, the dedicated quick access buttons allow changes to be made by simply turning the new thumb wheel which is perfectly placed below the improved large LCD screen to adjust the compensation.
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The backlit LCD PHOTTIX Odin TTL Trigger for Nikon shows the settings at a glance. Now you can control five channels or groups of lights at the touch of a button, in TTL Mode or in a combination of full manual mode and TTL - the choice is yours. When switching a group off, its display line disappears from the screen, showing just the groups remaining active.
Using channels 1 to 4 you can work with the kit you already own with the Phottix Odin II. Users can remotely control Speedlight zoom settings, providing the perfect coverage from a wide angle to a spot light.
The newly added AF assist light makes autofocus a breeze in dimly lit locations. The Odin TCU TTL Flash Trigger Transmitter from Phottix is PHOTTIX Odin TTL Trigger for Nikon wireless transmitter that runs on the GHz frequency, has four channels with three groups, and can fire your Nikon flash from a distance of ' with separate purchase of a receiver. Flashes within each group have. The Phottix Odin Wireless TTL Trigger Set provides wireless flash triggering with Nikon i-TTL functionality. This set includes the TCU transmitter and a receiver.