Phottix has been changing the strobism game a bit by offering more affordable and yet very good alternatives to many of the more expensive monolights and flashes. The Phottix Indra500 TTL started it off in the monolight game and now the Indra360 TTL is doing the same thing but with less power output–just in time for WPPI 2015. In fact, the Phottix Indra500 TTL is the winner of our Editor’s Choice award.
The light can do TTL transmission with both Canon and Nikon DSLRs with Sony coming in the future. It is also capable of high speed sync, second curtain sync, and can be triggered with any of Phottix’s radio transmitters considering that it has a radio receiver built right in.
Like the Indra500 TTL, it works with a battery pack. More specs are after the jump.
The Indra360 TTL Studio Light, Indra360 Battery Pack is scheduled to begin shipping in mid-April 2015. The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) is $880 for a one light / battery kit. Additional configurations are $1,760 for two lights / 2 batteries plus a Phottix Odin controller; $2,570 for 3 lights / three batteries plus a Phottix Odin controller. The Indra500 TTL Studio Light, Battery Pack and AC Adapter are currently available from Phottix dealers world-wide.
Phottix Indra360 TTL Features:
• 360W Studio Light
• TTL, Manual and Stroboscopic Modes
• High Speed Sync – 1/8000s shutter speeds
• Second Curtain Sync
• Adjust +/- 3 EV
• Manual Power 1/128 to Full Power in 1/3 Stops
• Wireless Radio Power Control with Phottix Odin and Mitros+ systems
• Odin for Canon and Nikon Receivers Built in
• Phottix Strato II Receiver Built in
• LED Modeling Light
• Battery and AC Adapter Powered
• 300 full-power shots when using 4000 mAh Indra360 Battery Pack.
• Compatible with Phottix Indra AC Adapter