Professional wedding photographer, Flash Havoc reader, and all round great guy, Dave Cheung has jumped right into the deep end – moving to a full kit of the new Nikon Phottix Mitro+ Flashes, Odin transmitters, and Atlas II receivers, for his nicely integrated new lighting kit.
Phottix have the first built-in radio TTL flash system available now for Nikon, with the Mitros+. And the Phottix Odin system have already proven themselves to be one of the few TTL radio systems really up to the quality, reliability, and stability, wedding photographers require.
So many Nikon wedding photographers in particular, are now in the same position as Dave, trying to weigh up whether the new Phottix radio flash system is going to suit them completely, before making a fairly substantial investment in a full system.
Dave teams up with his wife covering weddings in a multi shooter combination, actually sharing the same lights. So this is about as demanding as it gets for a radio flash system.
And Dave has kindly shared his experience, with a great review and a number of videos explaining the Mitros+ system on his blog – Not So Ancient Chinese Secrets.
If you’re a Nikon shooter looking to move into the Mitros+ system, Dave will pretty soon know all the ins and outs, and he’s also very helpful. So feel free to drop him a question on the blog.