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Radio Popper PX CANON NIKON TTL Transmitter trigger - Australian
[PX TX Canon]
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The Radio Popper PX Transmitter is the core of the best wireless flash system in the world, the PX System. Australian frequency now available.
The PX system gives you full wireless radio control over your remote flashes via ETTL/iTTL as it fully integrates into Nikon or Canons flash system.
High Speed Sync up to 1/8000th
Canon and Nikon compatible
1,500' / 450m range
NO line of sight issues - works through walls and around corners
NO sunlight interference
NO programming or PC needed
To take advantage of the eTTL / iTTL / CLS and High Speed Sync, all while avoiding the drawbacks of the line of sight, short range and sunlight interference, you will need a PX Transmitter to control your remote flashes that have a PX Receiver attached. One transmitter will allow you to control as many flashes as you want.
Compatible Master Devices (Canon):
SpeedLites 550EX, 580EX, 580 EX II & STE2 (including Yongnuo version), Nissin Di866
Compatible Master Devices (Nikon):
SB-910 AF Speedlight, SB-900 AF Speedlight, SB-800 AF Speedlight & SU-800, Nissin Di866
Compatible Slave Devices (Canon):
SpeedLites 420EX, 430EX, 430EX II, 550EX, 580EX, 580 EX II, Nissin Di866
Compatible Slave Devices (Nikon):
SB-910 AF Speedlight, SB-900 AF Speedlight, SB-800 AF Speedlight, SB-600 AF Speedlight, Nissin Di866
SB-700 can also be used, but the receiver must currently be mounted with velcro as the IR sensor is in a different location than on the other Nikon flashes.
These are the updated version which support the Canon 1DX and Nissin Di866. The Di866 should be used with a Canon bracket in 580EX position.
Yongnuo YN565EX are also compatible with Radio Popper PX. Mount the receiver with Velcro so that the IR sender is near the top right of the red panel on the front of the YN565.
All PX units ship in Canon mode. To use with Nikon simply select Nikon CLS mode in the menu of each PX transmitter and receiver
This item includes:
(1) RadioPopper PX Transmitter Unit
(2) AAA sized battery
(1) Mounting Velcro
At least one Radiopopper PX receiver is required to make a complete working set. Receiver sold separately.
Warranty: This product includes a one year limited warranty against materials defects.
NB: These units are different to the US version.
Sample setup :
Canon 5DMKII with a 550EX and PX Transmitter can be used to control:
2 580EXII flash units in ETTL mode with PX Receivers
2 Alien Bee B800s with JrX Studio Receivers set to group A and group B
1 Nikon SB-28 with an RPCube
With this setup the user is able to control all of the ETTL settings of the 580EXII flashes as they normally would using the 5DMKII with 550EX mounted on camera as master and Radio Popper transmitter mounted on the 550EX.
The Alien Bee B800s power levels can be adjusted from the camera with the PX Transmitter. The SB-28 strobe can also be turned on or off from the camera with the PX Transmitter.
Click on the link at the bottom of this page for a compatibility guide and more sample setups.
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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 27 June, 2011.
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