The RadioPopper Nano Receiver 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 receiver features simple push button operation and is compatible with any flash with shoe mount or a PC outlet via included 3.5 mm sync cord. DSLRs can sync up to 1/250 second and leaf shutter cameras up to 1/500 second. The Nano gets approximately 75-100 hours of running time from the single, included CR123A battery. An LED gauge indicates remaining power. It requires separate purchase of a Nano, PX or JrX transmitter for use.
- Hot Shoe or PC Connections
- Up to 1,750' Range
- 4 Selectable Channels
- Battery Gauge
RadioPopper Nano Receiver Overview
RadioPopper Nano Receiver Specs
1750' / 533.4 m
902 to 928 MHz
1/250 Sec (Normal)
1/500 Sec (Leaf)
1 x CR123
3.2 oz / 90.7 g
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)|
5.35 x 1.95 x 1.4"
RadioPopper Nano Receiver Reviews
Fires Every Time!
Fires every time! It's litterally that simple.
I got it say I've looked at a lot of different things and but that they all suck these things are fantastic weather your transmitter or receiving you can't go wrong it's not TTL though but if you're really a photographer who the hell needs TTL
I have 5 of these. 4 are currently broken. The plate that attaches to the flash came off of one, and the antenna broke off of two of them, and one just doesn't work for whatever reason. When new, they worked great, and were very consistent. I use them for weddings, and think maybe they are better suited for a slower paced studio setting.
I bought this so that I can use my speedlite along with my strobe. It works with my older RadioPopper receiver, plus the new receive I just purchased. It took a little time to figure out how to sync it all since the directions only give you generalize info, but I finally got it all to work nicely.
Good as long as you can get a connection
I couldn't figure out why the flash wasn't working when I first tried it. Upon further inspection I wasn't getting a good connection because the hot shoe set screws make for a tight connection to my Canon 430 Ex II. Once I realized I had to shove it in there and wiggle it around I was able to get a connection. It is also super tight and hard to get back out. But seems built better than other similar stuff and does what it's supposed to. Hopefully this helps someone else that experiences a similar issue.
Works As Advertised
The Radio Popper Nano Receiver is the most consistently firing trigger I have used. I also have the Pocket Wizard Flex system and they are completely unreliable. I'm ready to dump them. YOu can hardly ever get the stars to align right to get them to fire. The Radio Poppers on the other hand work as they should, every time. I also appreciate the small size. I do location families and commercial work and size and weight are a main concern. The only thing I dislike is that the battery door slides off completely and because of this, I lost a battery door on a hectic, fast moving job last week. Now I'll have to resort to duct tape, I suppose. Other than that, these are great.
I would buy this product again and have actuall done so :)
I have used this to trigger multiple studio lights in my studio and out on location and it has not let me down!
The Radio Popper Nano receiver is very easy to use and is versatile. You can attach a flash directly to the receiver or plug it into your studio light. The receiver can also attach directly to a light stand. The Radio Popper Nano is available at a great price as well.
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