It has 8 stops of power and can be adjusted in 1/3 stop increments, with a guide number of 58. A zoom range of 20-200mm is as expected, and the single pin is compatible with most major camera brands, be it Nikon, Canon, Fujifilm, Pentax, Olympus, Panasonic, or Sony.
It has a built-in Phottix Ares II transmitter and receiver, as well as a backlit LCD screen to control it and make easy adjustments.
This video runs through the main features of the flash:
The mounting screw threads, positioned for vertical and horizontal use, are great for flexibility and versatility.
There are no high-speed sync capabilities, so the Juno is usable until 1/250th. It’s compatible with the Ares II and Stratos II trigger systems.
The Phottix Juno flash is available for $130 from the Phottix website, as well as in some combo packages.