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RadioPopper Nano Receiver

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RadioPopper Nano Receiver
Key Features
  • Hot Shoe or PC Connections
  • Up to 1,750' Range
  • 4 Selectable Channels
  • Battery Gauge
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.
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RadioPopper Nano Receiver Overview

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.

​Reliable basic triggering
Simple setup
Touch sensitive buttons
Range of up to 1,750'
4 Radio channels
Battery level indicator
Smart battery saving features
Compatible with RadioPopper PX and JrX
Remote shutter release for camera possible
Made in USA
UPC: 696859247682

RadioPopper Nano Receiver Specs

Key Specs
Channels
4
Wireless Range
1750' / 533.4 m
Battery Type
1x CR123
Wireless
Channels
4
Wireless Range
1750' / 533.4 m
Radio Frequency
902 to 928 MHz
General
Sync Speed
1/250 Sec (Normal)
1/500 Sec (Leaf)
Electrical
Battery Type
1x CR123
Physical
Weight
3.2 oz / 90.7 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
5.35 x 1.95 x 1.4"

RadioPopper Nano Receiver Reviews

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question

what do I need to use the tx with slt-a65 and rx with hvl-f42am? ( besides the tx & rx)
Asked by: Anonymous
The transmitter has a standard hotshoe. To use that with the Sony a65 you need a transmitter two adapters.RadioPopper Nano TransmitterB&H # RANANOT Mfr # NANO-Thttp://bhpho.to/1yMjB7b This is for the camera.Sony Auto-Lock Shoe AdapterB&H # SOADPAMA Mfr # ADPAMAhttp://bhpho.to/1gjWYR5This is for the flashSony Multi-Interface Shoe AdapterB&H # SOADPMAA Mfr # ADPMAAhttp://bhpho.to/1cjK16q
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

How can I connect it to Nikon dc-2 camera plug to remotely trigger the shutter?
Asked by: Florent P.
You would connect a remote cable with the DC-2 connector to this receiver into the miniphone jack on the side of it. One such cable you can use is the Vello 3.5mm Remote Shutter Release Cable for Nikon DC-2 Cameras, B&H # VERCCN235. Please see the image below for reference.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

I've read that photographers will use these poppers in conjunction with Nikon's $230 optical slave for better results, what say you?
Asked by: Anonymous
The RadioPopper Nano Receiver is a radio wireless sync and does not work with an optical slave.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-28

Can I still sync Nikon SB900/800 remote flashes ...

Can I still sync Nikon SB900/800 remote flashes thru the camera when using the Nano to fire them?
Asked by: Christopher
A RadioPopper Nano Transmitter B&H # RANANOT would need to be on the camera's hot shoe to fire any Nikon flash attached to a Nano Receiver off camera. You would not be able to use an on camera flash in conjunction with the Nano Transmitter.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-03-01

question

There aren't any pictures showing the bottom of the receiver. Nor description indicating there's a thread to mount the receiver to a stand. The picture does show it mounted to a stand as indicated in the image in use 1 ...Do I need an adapter to mount to my stand or does it have a thread on bottom?
Asked by: Aaron G.
The bottom has a standard thread. It works fine
Answered by: Bob H.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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