Published on 20th December 2011 03:19 PM
For the longest time, photographers who wanted to take their TTL flash triggers off-camera only had a few real options. On one hand, you have Pocket Wizards, the industry standard for wireless flash - rock-solid reliability, great range, and a 'great' price tag of over S$500. On the other hand, you have TTL cords that let you 'tether' your flash - reliable, relatively cheap (typically less than S$100), but with a working range limited to that of the length of the cable. Now we have a new contender: the Phottix Odin. A wireless TTL flash trigger with a feature set to rival Pocket Wizards, the Odins are even compatible with the Phottix Strato II flash triggers, allowing existing Phottix users to expand the capabilities of their setups without retiring older equipment.
How does the Phottix Odin fare? Read on to find out.