PHOTTIX ODIN LITE – Manual Transmitter Announced



Phottix have announced the Odin Lite, a single firing pin transmitter which will work on any camera system, while providing Remote Manual Power Control with the Phottix Odin Z 2.4GHz Radio Flash System.

The Odin Lite Transmitter offers a simple and economical alternative to the Odin II TTL Transmitter, and being single firing pin only, provides Remote Manual Power and Flash Zoom Control, no TTL, HSS, or AF Assist Light.

The Odin Lite feature 4 Groups, A / B / C / D (one less than the Odin II), each with individual Group buttons, 32 Channels, and Digital ID from 0000 to 9999.

With a large clear LCD screen, the Odin Lite display the details for one flash Group at a time, with Manual Power Levels from 1/128 to 1/1.

Modelling lights can also be switched ON and OFF remotely from the transmitter.






  • Phottix Odin Z 2.4G Radio System
  • Range – 100m +
  • Flash Modes – Manual
  • Manual Power – 1/128 – 1/1 (In 1/3rd Increments ?)
  • 4 Groups – A / B / C / D
  • 32 Channels
  • IDs – ID0000~ID9999
  • Modelling Light – ON / OFF
  • Remote Zoom Control
  • Auto-Save Function
  • Large Clear LCD Screen
  • Battery Level Indicator
  • Ports – (USB / Sync ?)
  • Quick Lever Locking Foot
  • Power – 2 AA batteries


An image of the Odin Lite’s full LCD display also shows a HSS icon, so its likely HSS enabled versions of the Odin Lite transmitter (dedicated to specific camera brands) may also be made available in the future.







Price and availability of the Odin Lite transmitter have not been specified yet.

Though considering current Phottix TTL transmitter pricing, its likely Odin Lite will be available under $100.


Phottix – Website


  1. Ganesh Naravian 12 months ago

    Any chances of direct compatible with Elinchrom strobes.

    • Author
      FLASH HAVOC 12 months ago

      Hi Ganesh,

      The ELB 500 TTL have an Odin II compatible radio receiver mode. And I would expect Elinchrom will add a firmware update at some stage to update that to the Odin Z operating system, so then the Odin Lite transmitter should be compatible with remote power control.

      So I would think the answer should be yes, though it may be limited to which lights are compatible, and it requires using the Odin receiver mode rather than Skyport mode.

      • Ganesh Naravian 12 months ago

        OK got it. thank you.

  2. Seth M 12 months ago

    This looks awesome, especially if it will be under 100 bucks. Glad they skipped the TTL. I hope they’re considering putting out similarly pared down, manual control, Odin OS enabled Lite receivers for the Nikons I still have laying around. The Odin II receivers are probably great but way too pricey for multiple speedlights. This might finally keep me from skipping over to Godox and growing out my Phottix system.

  3. Chris Ridley 12 months ago

    Yes! Finally phase one control 🙂

    • Seth M 12 months ago

      Yes. I think this lil single pin princess was specifically built in response to Zack Arias’ Bag of Lights video. I cant wait to try this thing out.

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