Steve Peer Introduces The Phottix Indra500 TTL Studio Light

 


Phottix released the Indra500 TTL, a 500w/s studio strobe with an optional battery pack at photokina 2014. The Indra series of products is part of Phottix’s new PhottixPro line-up of products. The new Indra 500 will work with Odin transmitters, the same ones that trigger the company’s Mitros+ flashes. The Odin receiver can be used for TTL operation for both Canon and Nikon systems. The High Speed Sync and built in TTL make the Indra 500 great for location work. The monolight features TTL, Manual and Stroboscopic Modes. There are eight stops of power adjustment and when you can use +/-3 EV settings while working with TTL transmission.

 Indra500 TTL Studio Light

Indra500 TTL Studio Light

The compact Indra battery pack has two power ports two Indra500 TTL Studio Lights can be powered simultaneously. The Battery Pack’s USB charging port also allows for easy charging of smart phones or tablets. The combination of the Indra500 light and battery pack allows photographers to shoot more than 340 full power shots. The battery can also power hot shoe flashes.

The Indra Battery Pack

The Indra Battery Pack

The Indra500 TTL Studio Light and Indra Battery Pack  will be available by October 2014 and will be priced at USD 1295 (approx Rs 78,000).

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