Phottix Announces New Mitros TTL Flashes

Phottix has been on a roll at Photokina 2012 with both the Stratos TTL wireless trigger announcement and the Sony Odin wireless trigger announcement. But today, we were treated to something different. The company now has their own TTL flashes for Canon, Nikon and Sony. Now besides TTL metering, it features master/slave modes, AF assist light, a manual/auto zoom head with 180 degree head rotation and a 97 degree tilt. The latter isn’t as good as Canon, Sony or Nikon’s 270 degree rotation. Extra features include a 3.5mm sync port, high speed sync capabilities, recycling time of 0-1.25 secs, a port for an external battery pack, and a USB port for upgrades.

The new flashes are expected to ship in Q4 of this year of Q1 of 2013. No word on pricing yet.

Chris Gampat

Chris Gampat is the Editor in Chief, Founder, and Publisher of the Phoblographer. He also likes pizza.