The RadioPopper Nano Transmitter is part of a wireless radio triggering system that can fire your flash at distances up to 1,750' depending on the prevailing conditions. The 4-channel Nano Transmitter features simple push-button operation and is compatible with any camera body with a standard hot shoe. DSLRs can sync up to 1/250 sec. and leaf shutter cameras up to 1/500 sec. The Nano gets approximately 150-300 hours of running time from the single, included CR123A battery. An LED gauge indicates remaining power. The Nano Transmitter requires separate purchase of a Nano, PX or JrX receiver for use.
- Hot Shoe Connection
- Up to 1,750' Range
- 4 Selectable Channels
- Battery Gauge
RadioPopper Nano Transmitter Overview
RadioPopper Nano Transmitter Specs
|Wireless Range||1750' / 533.4 m|
|Radio Frequency||902 to 928 MHz|
|Sync Speed||1/250 Sec (Normal)|
1/500 Sec (Leaf)
|Battery Type||1 x CR123|
|Weight||1.9 oz / 53.9 g|
|Package Weight||0.12 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||2.75 x 1.9 x 1.5"|
RadioPopper Nano Transmitter Reviews
I purchased this as a back up to the current RadiPopper system that I have, which is not available anymore. This works well with the receivers I have currently. It does not come with every detail instructions so it took a little time to work on the setting of the channel as my current receiver was different in its settings. I would recommend to anyone looking for a good set but does not want to spend a ton.
Great For Non-TTL Strobers
I always manually set my speedlites so I wanted something reliable and with good range. These Made-in-the-USA triggers do the job and I don't worry about them not working during critical movements. Yes, you can save some money buying cheap Yongnou triggers, but if you're doing paid work, the peace of mind you get from this product is well worth the money you're saving.
Yes it's simple and that's a good thing. Easy to figure out, easy to use. I mount mine on a Lumix point and shoot to trigger an off camera flash. That in turn triggers two other flashes on slave units. It makes simple amateur gear produce professional looking images. Thus the complex becomes easy.
I would buy this product again
Hobby photographer off camera light.
Delicate but works great
Basic and simple way to sync my 3-point headshot lighting set up using Nikon SB900 and SB600. Have only used it indoors and it works excellent in a 20x15 room. Way more reliable than using the camera flash to trigger the remote flashes. Lightweight plastic is pretty flimsy. Feel like it might break if it fell. Not much instructions as others have said. Spent most of the time setting up my camera to sync with the bank and channel. Super easy to set up on the transmitter and receivers.
Good to have this wireless transmitter
I owned few brands of wireless transmitters and receivers, most of them when used in indoor with studio light, they gave you very disappointed. Most of times MISFIRED, means never flash.So now I owned this brand RadioPopper, Very Good never MISS! The only things when I set my shutter speed to 1/250 secs, bottom part slightly dark. So you only can set to max @1/160 secs will be perfect.
Easy to use-Simple-Gets the job done
Great for my studio and on-location using my Photogenic strobe lights. I like that its low profile. Don't like that it takes batteries that aren't easy to find at any store. Have to keep some on hand.
Massive improvement over previous
The older Jnr set which were ok but had issues spoilt them. The new ones are 10 times better more robust, NO misfires, battery life is massive unlike the old ones. LED lights are easy to see in the sunshine (old light was rubbish). Worth every cent. They can be turned on when handling them in your bag but self turn off eventually. Not a problem if you are aware of this. I use multiple lights for Architecture and are often triggering internal lights from the outside of the house in full daylight.
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