Phottix Juno TTL Transceiver Flash for Canon (80100 , PH80100)
- Built-In Multi-Camera TTL Protocols
- Commander Mode Fires Other Phottix Gear
- Guide Number: 197' at ISO 100 and 200mm
- Recycle Time: 0.1-3 Seconds
- Zoom Range: 20-200mm (14mm with Panel)
- PC Sync Port; 1/4"-20 Mounting Thread
- Uses 4 AA Batteries or Canon CP-E4 Pack
Continuing its evolution of on-camera light sources, the Juno TTL Flash for Canon from Phottix Combines the automation and accuracy of TTL with multiple wireless remote triggering options and multi-camera brand compatibility. Among the flash's core features is TTL Auto-Switching that allows shooting with multiple camera brands. Although the hot shoe is Canon-specific, TTL protocols for Canon, Nikon, Sony, and Pentax built into the Juno allow it to automatically switch between them when using compatible Phottix Odin II transmitters, eliminating the need to swap out flash units when switching cameras. Adding to its versatility, Auto-Metering brings the convenience of TTL even when using the flash manually by employing a test flash that can be dialed in for an accurate exposure. Commander Mode permits the flash to trigger many other Phottix products such as Odin II and Ares II receivers, and the Indra 500 monolight, while its 2.4 GHz receiver is compatible with Phottix Odin II, Ares II, Strato II, and Elinchrom Skyport transmitters at distances up to 328'. Other convenience features include High Speed Sync, Stroboscopic Mode for firing 1 to 100 flashes, and +/- 3-stop exposure compensation.
The powerful Juno has a guide number of 197' at ISO 100 and the 200mm setting and offers wide focal lens support via its zoom range of 20-200mm, as well 14mm lens coverage using its pull-out diffuser. Fast recycling of 0.1 to 3 seconds ensures that shooters don't miss any of the action. Users can reposition the head easily for bounce lighting thanks its head with tilt that's adjustable from -7 to 90° and rotatable 180° left or right. The flash will recycle as fast as 0.1-3 seconds ensuring that shooters don't miss any of the action. The Juno runs on four AA batteries, while its also compatible with Canon's CP-E4 battery pack.