Strobepro XTC (Godox X1T-C) Radio Trigger Controller - Canon
Unleash the power of your speedlites off camera. The XTC allows full control of Strobepro X60C and X60M speedlites and 2017 studio strobes. Add the Strobepro XRC receiver to any of your Canon ETTL-II speedlites for full control, plus trigger other strobes as well. Finally, one system, one trigger.
The Strobepro Difference
Your Strobepro XTC is built to the same specifications as the Godox X1T-C, but with the added benefit of Strobepro's industry leading support. Strobepro is the largest distributor of Godox products in Canada. Give yourself peace of mind with Strobepro's helpful staff, 2 year warranty, and Calgary based service centre.
ETTL & HSS
You’ll have ETTL automatic or manual control if you prefer, all with full HSS at up to 1/8000s shutter speeds.
Make a System
The Strobero XTC transmitter paired with the XRC receiver gets all your Canon flashes off camera. Better yet, add Strobepro X60C or X60M speedlites and the receiver is built in already.
Focus Assist Beam
Don’t get stuck in low light. The dedicated focus assist beam switch allows you to quickly project a grid assist pattern if needed.
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.
The trigger works great for the lights it is intended for. HSS works flawlessly. I am very impressed with no misfires. I do have a slight problem with the pass through mount on top of the flash. It works great with my Canon flashes, but I cannot seem to get it to work with my pocket wizards or elinchrome triggers.
I found this product to be excellent and have paired it with 2 Strobepro Speed light flashes for location work. I would recommend a better quick start manual as what came with it was a bit cryptic in terms of getting the trigger paired properly with the flashes. Once I got that figured out though - it works flawlessly, in fact better than the Elinchrom and Pocket Wizard triggers I have used in the past.