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FORUMS General Gear Talk Flash and Studio Lighting 
Thread started 02 May 2012 (Wednesday) 08:41
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Best trigger for EOS Speedlights

 
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May 07, 2012 11:05 |  #16

iLvision wrote in post #14392970 (external link)
Best trigger system for Canon? Phottix Odins of course!

As I wrote a review on Amazon, I cannot stress enough how great Phottix Odin system is. It's simply the best out there. What's been said is true and all I have to say is that there is no better solution in terms of reliability and versality.
I can control all of my flashes straight from my transceiver. I can control 3 groups of flashes (in my case, it's three flashes) and set them to anywhere I want. I can leave two flashes for E-TTL and my third flash set to manual, etc

No more running around back and fourth trying to adjust the power or trying to turn off the flash. I can simply do everything straight on my camera. The range is also incredible!
Basically, It's like having PW Flex & mini, AC3 and PW Plus III all into one unit... and more!
Buy these things, you will not regret. Forget about PocketWizards.

Totally agree!


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