I have been a HUGE fan of RadioPoppers since they liberated me from the line-of-sight limitations of my Nikon Creative Lighting System. I absolutely LOVE the versatility, dependability, and control that the whole Nikon CLS flash system gives me. Extending all those qualities to HUNDREDS of feet instead of a couple dozen, and being able to place remote flashes around walls and behind subjects, all while maintaining full i-TTL functionality and high-speed-sync, truly allows me to bring my vision to life without any limitations.
This past July I traveled to Romania with a very compact lineup of gear that included a RadioPopper Px System. (To see some my other posts and photos from Romania, Click Here.) I have a couple of tricks I’ll share some day that allow me to attach the units in a more compact and streamlined manner to my flashes. This maximizes my opportunities and minimizes set-up, tear-down, and excess space in my camera bag…especially important while doing run-n-gun street-level travel assignments like this!
In spite of the different radio frequencies floating around most of Eastern Europe, I had absolutely no problems with interference. My RadioPoppers worked every time and made for some really dramatic shots that never would have been possible without them! Since I’m such a believer and real-world tester of their products, the wonderful folks at RadioPopper have been kind enough to sponsor my “Light Bending 411” wireless lighting workshops like the one I’m doing in Maine next week. So please check them out at www.radiopopper.com and let me know if you have any questions or would like a discount code so you can order your own set!