PHOTTIX ODIN 1.0 TTL TRIGGER FOR CANON DRIVER DETAILS:
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PHOTTIX ODIN 1.0 TTL TRIGGER FOR CANON DRIVER
Shooting with off-camera TTL flash has been made incredibly easy. Say goodbye to manual mode, proprietary flash-based triggering, or setting values on your camera LCD — reliable wireless radio-based TTL triggering and remote power control is here. Over Drive Sync — high sync speeds with studio lights, with adjustable timing. Firmware updates PHOTTIX Odin 1.0 TTL Trigger for Canon built-in USB ports. No need to set up configurations through software on your computer like PocketWizards, and adjust for different camera models etc.
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NOTE — One simple thing that does catch people out quite often, is simply knowing that the flash units must be set to TTL for the Odin to work even if just using manual power levels. No digging through layers of menus either.
So you actually have up to 5 or 6 stops of adjustment either way, which is huge! Set the individual groups exposure compensation on the transmitter and adjust them all up and down globally via the cameras exposure compensation.
At this point I should probably carry on about switches, standard plug sockets, neat solid hotshoes, great locking rings, battery doors that work, and all that boring stuff that should just be right anyway. How well do they Work? The TTL exposures are exactly as they should be and the combination of manual and TTL flashes working together is seamless.
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The communication is very smooth, you would hardly know it was happening. As others have mentioned the Odin feel like they are part of the Canon system.
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The HSS makes wide apertures and nice Bokeh fast and simple, no messing around taking ND filters on and off while on the go. Remote flash zoom allows you to set each group from the TCU, to either follow the lense like on camera, or set to manual zoom. Note — you do loose PHOTTIX Odin 1.0 TTL Trigger for Canon control when the flash head is tilted upwards. Remote manual power setting really saves a lot of time setting up and tweaking. Backward Compatibility — This is a really important feature.
Which is an important PHOTTIX Odin 1.0 TTL Trigger for Canon to look out for in a trigger system, unless you want to be constantly clearing out your current system every time something new comes along. Instead of possibly building on what you already have. Its great to have a set of these on hand anyway for use as a remote shutter release. In basic trials the maximum range is clearly a long way, up to the specs m region in straight line of sight. Well beyond practical use in TTL anyway. Through a number of walls etc they have no issues so far. Mounting — This is another area I really like the simplicity of the Odin.
So mounting is very simple via the strong threaded mounting hole. On the PocketWizard the hole is offset from the flash foot and mounting in various modifiers can often be a challenge. The best way to mount the receivers securely is by the threaded mounting hole.
So if mounting to an umbrella swivel its best to use the type which have a brass stud in the top, which screws to the receiver. Clamping the plastic feet into coldshoes can PHOTTIX Odin 1.0 TTL Trigger for Canon lead to broken receiver feet otherwise. Light Meter Use — Update — Light meter use was originally limited with the Odin, even in remote manual use. But as of August firmware updates have changed the function of the Odin test fire button to allow for light meter use as follows — Pressing the Test button on the transmitter will cause the flashes in A, B and C groups to fire simultaneously. Group s turned off will not fire.
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When the flashes in A, B and C groups are set to Manual M mode, pressing the Test button on the transmitter will cause the flashes to fire an initial low-power pre-flash. The flashes will fire simultaneously at their set manual power levels 2. This feature allows for light meters to PHOTTIX Odin 1.0 TTL Trigger for Canon used correctly. So many Sekonic light meters can be set to measure the brightest flash after the initial pre-flash. So a light meter previously could not be used with the Odin Test fire button. ODS is a fast and simple but also very precise timing adjustment, allowing you to tune in the best results possible when using higher sync speeds with studio lights. Adjustments are made quickly and easily directly on the Odin transmitter interface.
ODS relies on flash units with long flash durations, and also what is known as an early Pre-Sync firing signal. The early Pre-Sync signal fires the flash before the camera shutter has started to open, and the long tail of light or long duration acts like a constant light source, lighting the full image while the shutters are passing over.
Most TTL triggers now provide this Pre-Sync firing signal, but the timing is fixed, and results can then be much more limited without any adjustment possible. The ODS screen will display with a default setting of 0. There are 50 graduations from 0. So adjustment range is simply from zero to 50 milliseconds.
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