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are there any non-canon flash alternatives that work with Phottix Odin triggers

 
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Mar 05, 2013 14:53 |  #1

Are there any non canon flashes that work well with Phottix Odin trigger system and support ETTL functions and remote adjustment ?

My original plan was to grab some Yongnuo YN560II flashes but I am now finding out that they have compatibility issues with the odin and I'd rather not spend the premium $ on the 580 EX II.

Any suggestions?


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Mar 05, 2013 16:07 |  #2

No problems here using Nissin DI866mkII's with the Odin system.



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Mar 05, 2013 16:17 |  #3

From the table present on that review:
Test Phottix Odin E-TTL triggers (external link)
seem that the only don't Canon flash compatible are:

Nissin DI866 MKII : 90% compatible
Nissin DI622 MKII : 75% compatible




  
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Mar 10, 2013 00:27 |  #4

RysioK wrote in post #15680272 (external link)
Are there any non canon flashes that work well with Phottix Odin trigger system and support ETTL functions and remote adjustment ?

My original plan was to grab some Yongnuo YN560II flashes but I am now finding out that they have compatibility issues with the odin and I'd rather not spend the premium $ on the 580 EX II.

Any suggestions?


You may find issues depending on what camera body you are using. Phottix still can't seem to figure out the 1Dx.


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