For full wireless control over your remote flashes including HSS and iTTL/ETTL, from over 1/4 mile away, through and around objects.
The PX Transmitter is the core of the most advanced wireless flash system in the world.
To take advantage of iTTL/ETTL and High Speed Sync, all while avoiding the drawbacks of line of sight, short range and sunlight interference, you’ll need a PX Transmitter to control your remote flashes. One transmitter will allow you to control as many flashes as you want.
The system is very easy to setup. Simply place the Transmitter on top of your master flash, commander or on-camera commander, attach your Receivers, and you’re good to go.
Connect this receiver to any Canon or Nikon flash units and take full control of them from over a mile away!
For every off-camera or remote flash you’ll use, you will need a PX Receiver. Although the PX Receivers and Transmitters are compatible with both Canon and Nikon, each Receiver comes with a mounting bracket that is specific to either Canon or Nikon flashes.
Out of the box, the system is configured for Canon with menu options for configuring with Nikon, Nissin or Quantum gear.
Radiopopper PX Features
Full Remote Flash Control, iTTL/ETTL
High Speed Sync up to 1/8000th
For Canon, Nikon, Nissin, Quantum
Full control with >1/4 mile range
Goes around / through solid objects
No Sunlight Interference
No cables or wires needed.
No Programming or PC needed
What People Are Saying
RadioPopper has given us creative freedom to enhance our lighting. We are able to photograph anywhere we like with ease, functionality and purpose.
The RadioPopper PXs are awesome! They allow me to use my Canon ETTL system without having to worry about line of sight!
Radiopoppers will not only change the way you shoot - they'll change the way you see. So many more possibilities.
RadioPopper helps make lighting a quick and natural extension of our creative process and frees us to focus on our clients instead of our gear. They've become an essential part of our shooting style and we can't imagine doing what we do without them
I've always been an off-camera flash user. For a long time I relied on the systems built in IR system. Line-of-sight has always limited my creativity when it comes to light placement. Now I have full control without having to reach for my lights to manipulate settings.