>Radio Poppers have two basic models, PX and JrX. The PX >system is the full function (CLS/TTL compatible to 1500 ft). >The JrX system is for manual triggering with remote power >adjustment from your camera. I believe the systems can be >mixed to control both TTL and manual lighting. > >I have the PX system with either an SB-900 or SU-800 as the >commander. It uses two types of attachment. First, the Radio >Popper Receiver comes with a plastic stand with 1/4 inch >female metal screw mount in the base. It mounts on a light >stand or anything else that has a 1/4 male screw. The plastic >stand also houses the Radio Popper receiver and the >speedlight. They work nicely. I have 2 SB-800s that are >always mounted in the brackets so all I have to do is screw >them onto the light stand and I am ready to shoot. This is a >definite improvement over the original velcro attachment. > >Second, the Transceiver mounts to your commander unit >(Speedlight or SU-800). Yes, it is still done with velcro, >but it is very secure and I have no problem with it. Since my >Pelican case and bags have velcro, I velcro them to the >case/bag so they don't get "lost in the bag" when >not in use. > >One of the unadvertised features that I like is the battery >meter. I can check at any time to see if I need new batteries >or a charge before I go out to shoot. If I start with a >reasonably full battery, I can shoot all day. > >Before I bought my PX system, they changed the switches from >dip switches to the little bubble switches. They work, but in >bright sunlight, seeing if the light is on is a challenge for >my eyes. It is very easy to see indoors. > >You can get more info and video demos at www.radiopopper.com > > >John Herrel >Nikonian from South Carolina >See the light, capture the essence!
Have you had any 'issues' with the radio popper system?