Introducing the Phottix Indra500 TTL Studio Light – a 500 Watt TTL Studio Light featuring High Speed Sync. Under the hood is the ultimate in control – with the award-winning Phottix Odin TTL Flash Trigger for Canon, Nikon and Sony built-in.
Now Sony compatible! Firmware Available: http://www.phottix.com/index.php/en/downloads
The future is here. Introducing the Phottix Indra500 TTL Studio Light – a 500 Watt TTL Studio Light featuring High Speed Sync. Under the hood is the ultimate in control – with the award-winning Phottix Odin TTL Flash Trigger for Canon, Nikon and Sony built-in. The Indra500 TTL is the perfect way to unleash creativity. Use TTL to shoot during fast moving events like weddings. Shoot on-location, under the harsh sun and control ambient light with high speed sync. The built-in Phottix Odin Receiver for Canon, Nikon and Sony makes the Indra500 TTL easy to control and trigger.
The Indra500 TTL offers 8 stops of power adjustment – from full power to 1/128 – perfect for overcoming midday sun or adding just a hint of light when shooting with large apertures. TTL exposures can be adjusted in +/- 3 EV levels.*
Using a Li-ion Battery Pack the Phottix Indra is the perfect on location light with recharge times of 3.5 seconds and 360 full-power flashes (High-Speed Mode) when fully charged. It’s small but extremely powerful. The Indra500 is a lot of power and control packed into a compact studio light.
Like all Phottix products – the Indra500 TTL was designed with the input of professional photographers around the world. Powered by Phottix® Odin for Canon, Nikon and Sony.
What’s in the box?
Phottix Indra 500 TTL Studio Light
Phottix Studio Light Reflector 7″
Phottix Straight Studio Light Power Cable 3.5m
Phottix Indra Battery Body
Phottix Indra 5000mAh Li-ion Cell
Phottix Indra Battery Pack AC Charger with AC Power cable
Phottix Indra Li-ion Cell Cover
Phottix Indra Battery Pack Shoulder Strap
(Light stands not included.)
*On compatible cameras, when used with the Phottix Odin or Mitros+ systems. Nikon’s flash protocols may limit the maximum sync speed of some Nikon camera bodies.