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
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.