Phottix Mitros+ Now Available for Nikon
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Phottix has launched a Nikon version of its Mitros+ TTL flash, which features built-in radio triggering and power control functions. Unlike optical or infrared flash syncing solutions, radio triggering does not require direct line of sight and tends to work well indoors and out, at night and in broad daylight, over relatively long distances. The Mitros+ offers all of these triggering modes plus a 3.5mm sync port. As to basic flash functionality, the Phottix Mitros+ has a guide number of 58 (in metres), high-speed and second-curtain synchronisation modes, a zoomable tilt-swivel flash head with 24-105mm coverage (14mm with a wide-angle diffuser), an AF assist light and a quick flash mode. Three sets of flash and function information can be saved in the Mitros+’s memory and be quickly recalled when needed. The Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash for has started shipping to international retailers and is available now for $449,99 at the website below.
Mitros+ for Nikon now available
Following on the success of the Phottix Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash for Canon - Phottix is announcing the availability of the Nikon-compatible Mitros+.
What does the Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash for Nikonoffer?
+ Built-in Odin Transmitter
+ Built-in Odin Receiver
+ Built-in Strato II Receiver
+ Memory Functions
The Phottix Mitros+ adds significant functionality, allowing photographers to not only use the Mitros+ on or off camera for lighting, but also to control and trigger remote flashes by radio signal. The Mitros+ is a new industry landmark and was developed with input from wedding and event photographers.
The Mitros+ for Nikon has started shipping to international retailers and is available now at Phottixstore.com.
See the announcement post on the Phottix Blog for more product info.