Unleash the power of your existing Canon speedlites off camera. The Godox X1R-C (Strobepro XRC) allows full control of your Canon ETTL-II speedlites when paired with any current Strobepro/Godox controller. Finally, one system, one trigger.
ETTL & HSS
You’ll have ETTL automatic or manual control on your Canon speedlites, all with full HSS at up to 1/8000s shutter speeds.
Plug the Godox X1R-C into any strobe by the PC Sync port with the included cable and you’ll be able to fire the strobe with any Strobepro/Godox transmitter.
Plug the X1R-C into a Canon camera and you’ve got a wireless shutter release when used with any Godox controller.
We've got the cables covered. PC Sync, adapter, C1 and C3 cables are all included.
Make a System
Use a Godox transmitter paired with the X1R-C receiver to get all your Canon flashes off-camera. Better yet, add any current Strobepro/Godox speedlites and the receiver is built-in already.
Add full control in up to 5 separate groups.
You’ll never have interference again with 32 channels.
328-foot range. If you find yourself in need of firing your flash a few blocks away, we’ve got you covered.
-1 x Godox X1R-C Receiver -1 x 2.5mm to 3.5mm PC Sync Cable -1 x 3.5mm to 6.35 mm Adapter -1 x Canon C1 Shutter Release Cable -1 x Canon C3 Shutter Release Cable
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This is the third flash receiver I've purchased from StrobePro. Never had any issues with ordering or shipping and the items arrive well packaged and undamaged. When I've had technical questions StrobePro is a phone call away.
I also bought the X2t and the 680 flash.
The X2t I got was old stock and has only the v1.3 firmware and I can not get the software download to open and frankly should have got at the very least the v1.4 firmware in the X2t unit. I stuggle with firmware updates and didn't think after buying a new unit that I would have to do this....
I bought this to remotely trigger a non-Godox brand of strobe, which it does more reliably than the system build into that strobe. This receiver even came with the cables required. Just what you'd hope for - solild performance.