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Phottix Announces New Indra360 TTL Strobe

By Anthony Thurston on February 28th 2015

Phottix is really making a name for themselves lately, with a host of great lighting related products ranging from cheap radio triggers, to speedlights, to strobes. They are really changing the game, and making it easier than ever to get your hands on some of the latest tech without paying an arm and a leg for it.

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As you may have heard, WPPI is coming up this next week, and Phottix is rocking the show by announcing their brand new Indra360 TTL strobe. With it, Phottix took everything that people loved about the Indra500 and put it into this smaller, more cost effective unit.

Phottix Indra360 TTL Strobe Specs

  • 360W Studio Light
  • TTL, Manual and Stroboscopic modes
  • High Speed Sync – 1/8000 s 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

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It looks like a pretty impressive light if you ask me. HSS and TTL are great on their own, but add in that it is battery powered and it really makes this light a great value. The built-in compatibility with the Phottix Odin and Mitros+ systems really make this a killer system for anyone, not just amateurs on a budget.

According to the press release, the new Phottix Indra360 TTL will be available in mid-late April at a price of $880. Not bad when you consider the competition that this light has.

Anthony Thurston is a photographer based in the Salem, Oregon area specializing in Boudoir. He recently started a new project, Fiercely Boudoir to help support the growing boudoir community. Find him over on Instagram. You may also connect with him via Email.

4 Comments

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  1. Graham Curran

    Very nice but way out of my price-range, I’m afraid.

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  2. Darryl Panchyson

    I own the B1 and I want to add the B2s, but at 800 (ish) dollars the Phottix 360TTL delivers more WS and an integrated package. The battery alone for the B2 costs the same as two 360TTL monolights.

    I love my B1. I love that the new Profoto accessories are actually well priced… but I have troubles justifying a light that costs that much. I’ve been keeping my eye out on Phottix and this may make me grab 1 500 and 2 360’s.

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  3. Richard Hammer

    Feeling the itch to branch out from speedlights, and Phottix may just be what I go with. As Zack Arias said in a recent post, I would also like to buy into a complete system that fits all my needs, and Phottix seems to be the affordable answer to that.

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  4. Kim Farrelly

    I’ve been humming and hawing about the Indra 500 all this year, but figured out I probably don’t need TTL in a mono but good to see Phottix bringing out a little brother. I’m sure it will sell well. Aaaa maybe I’ll get a 500…

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