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About Phottix Mitros+ TTL

The Phottix Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash features a built-in Odin transmitter and receiver as well as full i-TTL functionality for use with Nikon cameras. The Mitros+ has a guide number of 190' at ISO 100 in the 105mm position, useful for illuminating subjects within a zoom range of 24 to 105mm. Additionally, the flash features wireless transmission via an optical pulse or IR triggering and can access 4 channels and 3 groups.

This radio transmission and reception is compatible with Strato II transmitters in addition to full compatibility with the Odin-series wireless devices. Also, this Mitros+ has memory functions for saving up to three sets of flash and function information for quickly changing when needed.

The flash head has the ability to rotate 180° in each direction and tilt from -7° to +90°. This allows for excellent control over bounce angles during a shoot. Also, the Mitros+ features a recycle time from 0.1 to 5 seconds that can be improved to 2.5 seconds with a quick flash mode.

Additionally, this flash unit features full manual controls and customizable shooting options that include high-speed sync and stroboscopic shooting modes. The flash runs on 4 AA batteries and comes with an attachable diffuser for softening light when needed. Other accessories include a soft case, 3.5mm sync cable, USB cable, USB drive with manual, flash stand, and an adapter for external power packs.

Note: Also available with trigger: Adorama part number PH80376

Phottix Mitros+ TTL Features

  • Radio transmission is compatible with Odin and Strato II wireless triggering systems up to 328' away
  • Wireless functionality via optical pulses in 4 channels and 3 groups with a range of up to 52.5' indoors
  • Ratio modes from 1:8 to 1:1 and 8:1 are available for firing multiple flash units
  • A modeling flash setting is available for previewing how your shot will turn out
  • High-speed synchronization allows you to fire using the fastest shutter speed available on your camera
  • A bounce card and wide-angle diffuser are built into the flash head for convenience
  • Stroboscopic mode fires a series of flashes at a frequency of 1-199 Hz for up to100 flashes
  • Status LED lights will notify you when the flash is ready to fire
  • Overheating protection will slow the firing time to avoid damage from heat
  • AF-assist light for focusing in poor lighting conditions
  • Memory system for retaining your settings when the flash is powered off
  • 3.5mm sync port for connecting this flash to a larger system
  • USB port for installing firmware updates

Phottix Mitros+ TTL Specifications

Mount
Shoe
Guide No.
190' (57.91 m) ISO100 at 105 mm position
Exposure Control
Manual/TTL
Vari-Power
Manual: 1/1 - 1/128
TTL Dedication
Yes
Bounce Head
Yes, -7° to +90°
Swivel Head
Yes, 360°
Coverage
24 mm - 105 mm (Full frame)
Zoom Head
Full frame: 24 mm - 105 mm
Recycle Time
Approximately 0.1 - 5 seconds
Flash-ready Indicator
Yes
Compensation
-3 EV to +3 EV (in 1/3 EV steps)
Wireless Transmission
Method: Optical pulse
Distance: Up to 52.5' / 16.00 m
Method: RF
Distance: Up to 328.08' / 100 m
Wireless Communication Channels
4 Channels
Wireless Groups
3 Groups
Power Source
4x AA Alkaline, Rechargeable Ni-MH Batteries
Dimensions (WxHxD)
8.0 x 3.1 x 2.3" / 20.3 x 7.8 x 5.8 cm
Weight
15.06 oz / 427 g
Mfr #
PH80372
SKU
PH80372

Phottix Mitros+ TTL Reviews

Reviewed by 3 customers

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Godsend for Nikon strobist

By

from Big Rapids, MI

This little light is amazing! I love the build quality, even the box, case, and other components show no signs of cutting corners. I have ordered 2 more and a Westcott triple threat bracket. I cannot wait to play with this combo! :) My only concern, and its so small its not really an issue is that when the head is tilted at 45 degrees it almost wants to give when I have my large Rogue flash bender on it. But it does hold without collapsing. I wish it had zoom past 105mm but that is a very minor concern and not often needed.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Solid system!

By

from Austin TX

I am so in love with these flashes! Finally Nikon has a reliable workhorse flash with built in transceivers. No more broken pieces of plastic. I love how solid these flashes feel - the quality is definitely there. And after shooting 2 weddings with 3 of these flashes last weekend, I am totally hooked and will be selling all my other Nikon flashes!

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Beats Nikon Flashed in throw/color temp.

By

from Valley Park, MO

Just completed a test with a Nikon SB700 and a Phottix Mitros+ for Nikon in which both flashes were the same distance from a white wall, with the SB700 at 1/64th power and the Phottix (a more powerful flash) at one stop less (1/128th). I had already known from past use that the Nikon Flashes have a nasty looking throw pattern when used naked (without the dome diffuser on) but I never knew there would be such a difference compared to the Mitros+... With my camera (D4) set to a custom white balance with a white backdrop I placed the flashes on stands, about 3 feet apart, aimed at the background and set 24mm for the zoom range of both flashes. The throw pattern of the Mitros+ is a flawless circle, almost as if I had placed a grid or snoot on it. It also has a better color temp compared to the SB700 on the left, which looks bluish to me. (see attached photo) I wished I still had the SB900 to run the same comparison but I sold it to get a set of the Mitros+.

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