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  1. #11
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    Awesome! Thanks for the share. This review paired with the one on strobists clearly point to RP JrX as being the system to have.

    One thing though... I thought I read on their website a little while back that they were going to have that Nikon adapter shortly?
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    A bunch of Nikon stuff!

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcon View Post
    Awesome! Thanks for the share. This review paired with the one on strobists clearly point to RP JrX as being the system to have.

    One thing though... I thought I read on their website a little while back that they were going to have that Nikon adapter shortly?
    Glad I could help jcon. The last I heard, Radiopoppers was in teh testing phase of their "RPcubes" but an official release date has not been set. Their common response has been 6 weeks. Its kind of like that movie Money Pit where the contractor kept saying, "2 weeks." One day it will actually be 2 weeks, but it's not today.

    The DIY cubes cost a whopping $8 max to make yourself. I would bet that the Radiopopper ones will cost a bit more than that. So if you don't mind a bit of do it yourself work, you can just make them now and go along your merry way instead of waiting for Radiopopper to come out with theirs.
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    i thought radiopoppers can use ttl ??
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  4. #14
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    Their PX system can handle TTL functions. It basically is Nikon's AWS with radio frequency instead of infrared. Unfortunately is requires not only buying the triggers, but also using a commander and the expensive advanced wireless flashes. So anything less than an SB-600 and your out of luck.
    Nikon D300 | MB-D10 | Nikkor 12-24/4 | Nikkor 50/1.8 | Nikkor 70-200/2.8 VRI | Sigma 18-50/2.8 | SB-800 | SB-80DX (x4) | Radiopopper JrX Studio |

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