RadioPopper Nano to be “easiest, most reliable and affordable” flash trigger

US-based firm RadioPopper is about to release a basic 4-channel wireless flash trigger.

RadioPopper Nano

US-based firm RadioPopper has just published a page on their web site advertising an upcoming wireless flash trigger called the RadioPopper Nano. Billed as “easy”, “reliable” and “affordable”, the Nano will be a basic trigger without any sort of manual power control, sitting just below the RadioPopper JrX in their product line-up.

RadioPopper Nano

The first images indicate that there will be receiver unit featuring a hotshoe connector for speedlights and a sync port for studio flashes. The small size of the camera-mounted transmitter suggests that it might not take standard AA or AAA batteries but the larger receiver could well do. There will be four selectable radio channels and a test button.

RadioPopper Nano

A price hasn’t been mentioned yet but it is worth noting that the teaser reads “affordable” and not “most affordable”. No release date is given either but the page says “coming soon”. Judging by RadioPopper’s track record that could be any time between now and 2020.

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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.