RadioPopper Sekonic Module

Easy, reliable triggering of your RadioPopper Receivers from your Sekonic light meter.

Seamlessly outfit your studio with the world’s most reliable radio triggering products! The new RadioPopper Sekonic Module allows a photographer to use a Sekonic Light Meter to quickly and easily trigger Nano and JrX/Jr2 receivers for quick and easy metering!

The RadioPopper Sekonic Module is compatible with all Sekonic L-758, L-358 and C-500R light meters. It will allow the Sekonic meter to wirelessly trigger Nano and JrX/Jr2 Receivers on any RadioPopper radio channel.

Installation takes moments and setup is quickly done through your Sekonic Light Meter menu.

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