Though Photogenic brand lights aren’t the most popular options, Radiopopper recently announced a new radio flash trigger designed specifically for those lights. Like the Paul C Buff Einstein receiver before it, this trigger will allow you to have power control over the lights when using a Jr2 trigger and have 16 radio channels. The receiver also has four groups/zones. If you don’t have a Jr2, then you can still trigger the lights but not have control over them.
Even more interesting is that the trigger is powered specifically by the light itself. So that means that it doesn’t rely on battery power at all.
The Photogenic receivers are available for $99 each, which if you ask us is a bit pricey. Especially for the fact that many Photogenic lights are now old and a bit archaic compared to more modern options from Profoto, Elinchrom, and Paul C Buff.