RadioPopper PX Transmitter Unit

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Regular Price: $189.00

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For limited time only, save 31.24% on the RadioPopper PX Transmitter Unit dropping from 189.00 to 129.95 and Shipping is free! . Bonus: No sales tax either, unless you live in New York or New Jersey.

The PX Transmitter is the core of the best wireless flash system in the world, the PX System. To take advantage of the eTTL/iTTL and High Speed Synce, 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.

RadioPopper Specifications

Compatibility
SpeedLites 550EX, 580EX, 580 EX II
SB-900 AF Speedlight, SB-800 AF Speedlight
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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
RON P  I like the long range and simple set up. It passes on all of the instructions that the camera sends to flash.
Shopper  I use a Metz flash on a Canon 5D, Mark II. Will the RadioPopper transmitter work velcroed to the top of the flash?
ADRIAN F  Yes.
Shopper  Will these work on Sony cameras like the older a77 and the newer a7s and a6000?
KOO K  According to RadioPopper site. Only Canon/Nikon/Nissin/Quantum flash and nikon built in camera flash are compatible. So no Sony.
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