Intended for photographers who desire wireless shooting, the Indra360 TTL Studio Light with Battery from Phottix offers a design driven by portability, flexibility and power. This light is able to remain sync cord-free, and therefore hassle-free, thanks to the Odin receivers for Nikon and Canon cameras built-into every unit. And using the included 4,000 mAh rechargeable battery pack, shooters can eliminate the need for the AC cable while getting up to 300 full-power flashes.
Phottix starts with a flash head with all the qualities of a studio flash such as 360Ws of power, adjustable from 1/128 to full-power over an 8-stop range. Recycling time is 2 seconds at full-power with the included Li-ion battery and 0.1 - 1 second with the optional AC adapter. Action-stopping flash durations are possible at reduced power settings for freezing splashes or peak-moment sports shots. The light can be triggered at distances up to 328' thanks to built-in Phottix Odin radio receivers for Nikon and Canon cameras and use of the optional Odin 4 channel transmitter or a Mitros+ flash unit.
This would be an impressive flash head if Phottix had just stopped there but the Indra360 is also TTL capable with Nikon and Canon cameras, giving photographers seamless exposure transition in rapidly changing light conditions using their camera's auto-exposure technology. Using the optional transmitter, TTL power can be adjusted remotely +/- 3 EV, while manual mode has an expanded 8-stop range. The Indra360 TTL ships with an umbrella-type reflector with a Bowens mount. Other accessories such as a snoot are available. The Indra360 can also use other brands of light shapers that have the Bowens mount.
Most studio lights function only in manual camera modes, limiting their use in fast-moving environments. The Indra360 TTL opens up new creative possibilities, allowing photographers to shoot in shutter and aperture priority modes while taking advantage of their camera's auto-exposure technology
Traditional studio lights have sync speeds limited to 1/200-1/250 sec., making balancing flash and ambient light levels problematic. The Phottix Indra's High Speed Sync function allows speeds up to 1/8,000 sec. for a much wider exposure latitude
The Second Curtain Sync function fires the flash at the end of the exposure rather than the beginning, allowing use of slow shutter speeds to create a natural looking blur trail behind subjects in progressive motion
Instead of altering the look of your shot by changing your aperture or shutter speed, let the Indra automatically vary its power to get lighter and darker shots around your prime exposure
This mode allows you to capture sequential action by varying the Hertz rate from 1-100 Hz and the flash frequency from 1-100 times per exposure
Adjust TTL exposure compensation +/- 3 EV or adjust power 1/3 or full stops over an 8-stop range in manual mode from up to 328' away with an optional Odin transmitter. The Indra has built-in Odin receivers for Nikon and Canon cameras. Phottix Strato II users can trigger the Indra360 too, but in manual mode only
The Indra360 TTL offers a USB port for future firmware upgrades. As camera technology changes the Indra can change along with it