FlashZebra release RadioPopper “RPCubes”

FlashZebra have released a third party Nikon "RPCube" for the RadioPopper JrX flash triggers.

FlashZebra cables for Radiopopper JrX
FlashZebra cables for Radiopopper JrX
Picture by FlashZebra

FlashZebra, an American flash accessories company, have released a pair of sync adapters allowing RadioPopper JrX flash triggers to remotely control the power on Nikon speedlights. This will come as an embarrassment to RadioPopper, who have yet to release their own “RPCube” designed for the same purpose.

FlashZebra offer two models – a hotshoe adapter (pictured) and a 3-pin sync adapter.

You can also learn how to make your own Nikon RPCube in this Flickr thread. Canon RPCubes are a bit trickier, but still possible. Read more here.

David Selby
David is a keen photographer and has been editor of Lighting Rumours since 2010. When not writing about lighting, he works as a data scientist at the University of Manchester, UK.