PHOTTIX – ODIN II – TTL Flash Triggers – Now Available!

Phottix ODIN II


Phottix Odin II, the TTL flash triggers with the user interface the photographic world has been waiting for, are finally now available.

The original Odin have been highly regarded for there exceptional reliability, and the Odin II now provide the exceptional user interface to match.

The Odin II TTL and HSS enabled transmitters for Canon, Nikon, and Sony, provide instant access to any of the 5 available flash Groups, all displayed clearly on the large illuminated LCD screen at once.

Each of the 5 Groups has its own quick-access button, and changes are made by turning a large control dial.

Pick the light, make the change, lock it in and shoot!


Phottix ODIN II


Any or the five lights, or groups of lights, can be set to TTL or Remote Manual as needed.

And any Group can be easily switched ON and OFF.

Switch a Group OFF and its display line disappears from the screen, keeping the display as simple and easy to view as possible.


Phottix ODIN II


The Odin II also now provide an AF assist light for easy focusing in low light conditions, as well as a fast lever locking foot.

And the all important USB port for firmware updates.


Phottix ODIN II




• 5 groups A, B, C, D, E
• 32 channels with User-set Digital ID
• Group buttons and control dial for fast changes
• TTL Power Control +/- 3EV
• Manual Power Control 1/1 to 1/128
• High Speed Sync – up to 1/8000s
• Second Curtain Sync (Nikon, Sony only)
• AF Assist Light
• Flash Zoom control
• Modeling Light Control with Indra500/360
• 2.4 GHz, Range 332ft (100m)
• Compatible with Indra500/360 TTL, Mitros+, Odin, Strato, Strato II, Atlas II
• Firmware upgradable






Channels and Digital ID

The Odin II now provide 32 channels. The first four channels offer three Groups and are compatible with the original Odin receivers.

Channels five through thirty-two use the new functionality of the Odin II receiver, providing 5 groups, and including user-set digital ID for the secure triggering.

Remotely control speedlight zoom settings to provide coverage from broad light to spot.

When shooting with Phottix Indra360 / 500 light, the Odin II transmitter also offers remote modeling light brightness control.


High Speed Sync and OverDrive Sync

High Speed Sync with TTL flashes and OverDrive Sync with manual, wire-connected, studio-type flashes enable flash photography at up to 1/8000 second for creative aperture effects and action stopping.

A built-in AF assist light makes autofocus shooting fast and accurate in lower lighting.

A range of custom functions are available, including switching ON/OFF of audible beep, screen illumination, and AF Illuminator function.

A Complete Ecosystem

The Odin II system is compatible with the original Odin system, Phottix Mitros+ speedlights, and Indra360 and Indra500 TTL Studio lights, Strato, Strato II receivers, and Atlas II in receiver mode.

Firmware upgrades for the Phottix Mitros+ and Indra360 / 500 will soon be available to take advantage of the new features of the Odin II.


Phottix ODIN II



Weight 0.29 lbs. (0.13 kg)
Dimensions 2.2W X 2.8H X 4.33D in.
(5.6 X 11 cm)
Warranty Limited 1 Year
Operating Temperature 2.4Ghz
Frequency 32
Channels 5
Zones Internal
Antenna LCD
Display 100m
Range 1/8000 on compatible camera
Output Power AA batteries





The Phottix Odin II are available now in Canon, Nikon, and Sony versions, from $135 for the transmitters, and $105 for the receivers –

Adorama, Amazon, UKB&H Photo


Phottix – Website



  1. Kristian 5 years ago

    Hi there!

    Are there any news about a software update to set channes greater 4 and use the Indras in 5 groups?

    best regards from Austria


  2. peter 4 years ago

    I have never seen an update, that would include 2nd-curtain for canon. Is anyone aware, if this is still not working?


  3. petro vd herik 4 years ago


    can i use the phottix odin [version 1] together with the godox 658 tt flash for canon with the x 1 trigger from godox

  4. Isfaaq Caunhye 3 years ago

    Hello there, i know this is a very old post but i could not find any answer to my question online.

    Remember the issue with color consistency when using indra 500 when it just came out?

    People were hopeful that it may be fixed when the odin 2 came out.

    Has it ever been fixed or is the problem still unresolved?

    Thank you.

    • Author
      FLASH HAVOC 3 years ago

      Hi Isfaaq,

      The color issue was in TTL mode, and because the Odin system originally used TTL to create pseudo manual power levels, the issue also carried over to remote manual use as well (when using an Odin transmitter).

      I’m not sure if the Odin II update would have helped, though the current Odin Z Operating System should very likely resolve the issue in remote manual use at least, because it now uses direct manual power levels with the flash.

      I don’t know if Godox may have made any physical updated to the later models of the flash, you would need to check with them on that. (Phottix are collaborating with Elinchrom now for the radio system, so hopefully that collaboration will also help refine future Phottix strobes then as well).

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