PHOTTIX JUNO TTL – Transceiver Speedlight Announced



Phottix have announce the Juno TTL Transceiver Flash, being the first new Phottix product featuring the company’s new Odin Z Operating System.

Which means all versions of the Juno TTL speedlights will provide Auto Switching radio receiver modes for Canon, Nikon, Sony, and Pentax camera systems. (For on-camera use a brand dedicated version is still required).

As well as featuring Auto Metering Mode, allowing an initial image to be metered automatically with TTL, while the corresponding flash output is displayed as a Manual power level on the transmitter and lights.




The Guide Number 60, TTL and HSS enabled Juno TTL flash provides TTL, Manual, and Multi modes.

Power is by 4 AA batteries, or an external HV battery pack allowing faster recycle times (now a standard Canon style HV Battery Port).

The Juno TTL feature a larger LCD screen, as well as updated interface and hardware over the previous Mitros+.

Though the AF Assist Light appears to be a single laser style, which may be something of a downgrade from the Mitros+ Canon / Nikon style 3 light AF Assist system.

A radio receiver mode is also provided for the Elinchrom Skyport system, allowing the Juno TTL flash to be combined in the Elincrom system as a remote flash.






  • GN 60m (ISO 100)
  • Powered by 4 AA Batteries
  • Recycle Time < 4 Seconds @ Full Power
  • HSS to 1/8000th
  • Flash Mode – ETTL /M / Multi
  • 1st Curtain Sync / 2nd Curtain Sync
  • FEC / FEB – 1/3rd Increments (±3 stops)
  • Manual Flash – 1/128 – 1/1 output control (1/3rd increments)
  • Flash Zoom 20? – 200mm
  • Radio TX & RX Modes for Phottix Z 2.4GHz Radio System
  • Phottix Z – Canon / Nikon / Sony / Pentax – TTL Radio RX Modes
  • Compatible with ODIN II Transmitters and Receivers
  • 5 Groups A / B / C / D / E
  • 32 Channels
  • IDs – ID0000~ID9999
  • Range to 100 m
  • Elinchrom Syport – Radio RX Mode
  • Phottix Ares II – Radio RX Mode
  • Optic Wireless TX & RX Modes (For Corresponding Camera Brand)
  • S1 Optic RX Mode
  • 360 Degree Swivel, & 90 Degree Tilt Head
  • Large Dot Matrix LCD Screen
  • AF Assist Light
  • Foot Clamping Ring with Locking Pin
  • Sound Prompt
  • Custom Functions
  • Settings Memory
  • Overheat Protection
  • Micro USB Port For Firmware Updates
  • PC Sync Port
  • External HV Battery Port (Canon Socket)
  • Size – 79 x 60 x 139mm
  • Weight – 410g (Without Batteries)










The Phottix Juno TTL flash for Canon are expected to be available from October 2018, followed by Sony and Nikon Models in the coming months.

Pricing has not yet been specified, stay tuned for more details.


Phottix – Website


  1. Earle 3 years ago

    The most intriguing thing about this release, to me, is the thought that it would work both on Phottix Odin and Elinchrom Skyport protocols.

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      FLASH HAVOC 3 years ago

      Hi Earle,

      Yes, and if it had a Skyport Transmitter function it would be a game changer for the Elinchrom system.

      How long can Elinchrom keep going without a transmitter speedlite?

  2. Earle 3 years ago

    I can see it have value for wedding shooters, or someone who’s trying to do a little fill pop off of the camera and be able to control the overall lighting environment with bigger strobes.

    Zack Arias did go all Phottix so he could control his big strobes and speedlights with one trigger.

    A more relevant question is what Phottix is planning with its Indra system by pushing speedlight compatibility with Elinchrom’s triggering frequencies.

    More curious still is that the Skyport trigger can (depending on firmware) control Elinchrom lights, Phottix speedlights and Rotolight LED lights — though I have a feeling that all three wouldn’t play well together.

  3. Guy 3 years ago

    Being really invested in the Elinchrom Skyport system, this speedlite is really interesting to me.

    There is, though, A LOT of questions that are not answered. It is common with annoncements like this, but still frustrating.

    Questions about the Skyport compatibility :

    Will this speedlite appear as one item on the Elinchrom Tranmitter Pro? Some older Skyport flashes can be triggered by the Transmitter Pro, but they don’t appear on the screen. Good example is the Skyport HS receiver by Elinchrom.

    Can the Skyport protocol be used to control power settings on the unit?

    Can the Elinchrom Transmitter Pro be used on TTL with this unit?

    By the way, thank you for the good amount of information your website provides. I feel like Flash Havoc is almost the only place on the internet where the owner really digs to write the best info on flash.

  4. Paul 2 years ago

    8 months later, still waiting to hear when Juno TTL for Sony will be available. Phottix customer service is not responding to my requests. The Mitros+ for Sony has been discontinued… so I’m curious to hear when its replacement will be available.

  5. Ekim 2 years ago

    PHOTTIX MITROS+ = entirely DISCONTINUED. That’s the bad news. The major companies like B&H have deactivated their product page for it as well so it cannot be purchased anymore.

    Does anyone know ….. IS THE JUNO THE REPLACEMENT for the Phottix Mitros+ or are we still waiting for an actual Li-ON Phottix Mitros+ replacement ???

    • Tony Hart 1 year ago

      I would also like to know if/when Phottix might be launching a true Mitros+ replacement with Li-Ion. I used to be Phottix (using the Mitros+) and loved them but got tired of the AA nightmare (wedding photographer with lots of speed lites..) and therefore moved to Godox. Great batteries, but the system is less intuitive, less featured and above all, less reliable than Phottix. I’d love to move back but I need Li-Ion in a fully featured flash!

  6. Earle 1 year ago

    I wonder if Phottix will ever come out with Juno TTL on camera units for anything beyond Canon. It’s MAC group partnership seems to have stifled things more than it has enhanced them.

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