Indra 500LC TTL Monolight and Battery Kit


With the Phottix Indra500LC TTL's High Speed Sync function, photographers can shoot at higher sync speeds (on compatible cameras) while allowing for wider apertures and still being able to control ambient light. In Manual Mode, the Indra500LC offers 8 stops of power adjustments - from full power to 1/128 in 1/3rd stop increments. With Stroboscopic Mode, the Phottix Indra can be used for special effects and creative shooting with flash frequency of 1-100HZ and flash counts of 1-100 times. The Phottix Indra500LC TTL has the power and control of the Canon RT and Phottix Laso triggering systems built-in. Switch between TTL and Manual modes, and adjust the EV and manual power levels and use high speed sync, all from the Canon ST-E3, compatible Canon RT Speedlites, and the Phottix Laso Transmitter. One of the best things of the Phottix Laso Triggering system is it's ability to incorporate older non-radio Canon flashes into your workflow. There's no need to set aside your 580 EXII. Just add a Phottix Laso Receiver and have the ability to control and trigger it, and add it your other Canon RT-enabled flashes - and the Phottix Indra500LC. The Indra500LC comes with a Li-Ion battery, cables, charger, carrying bag and a new smaller 5" reflector to make the Indra500LC easier to pack and take on location.

The Indra500LC is fully compatible with the Phottix Laso and Canon RT flash system. The Laso provides backwards compatibility with legacy non RT-flashes. Control and trigger the Indra500LC directly from the Phottix Laso Transmitter, Canon ST-E3, and compatible Canon RT-enabled Speedlites. Empower Canon Speedlites with a more powerful Big Brother: Take your lighting to the next level, and augment the power of Canon Speedlites with the Indra500LC featuring 500W/s of power, high speed sync up to 1/8000s, and remote control and triggering.

  • High Speed Sync
  • Built-in Triggering
  • Supports older Canon non-RT flashes
  • A 500W Studio Light
  • Compatible with Canon™'s RT flash system