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New Phottix Odin Firmware Update Lets You Adjust Exposure Settings in 1/3rds of a Stop

by Chris Gampat on 08/22/2012

Today, Phottix released a new firmware update to their extremely popular and very favorably reviewed Odin TTL radio triggers. According to the Phottix Journal, firmware v1.2 now allows the user to made exposure adjustments in 1/3 stops when the group is set to manual mode: just like you can with Canon’s normal system.

But there’s more to the update. According to Phottix, the latest firmware also includes

  • Added manual zoom settings: 20mm, 135mm and 200mm.
  • 5D Mark III over exposure issues resolved. (we never saw any in our review)
  • 650D not firing in A:B ratio mode resolved
  • 600D and 430EX Flash modeling light / misfire / exposure issues resolved.

Users can spring for it now on the PC or Mac.

Still considering purchasing an Odin? Take a look at our review first, and then consider purchasing yourself at this link. Personally, you’ll have to pull these out of my cold, dead hands.

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