Additional radio receiver of Navigator X system that has been designed for remote control and triggering of speedlites. Ensures proper flash synchronization, also in the HSS mode, allowing to shoot at fast shutter speeds (up to 1/8000s). It is also compatible with Sony TTL automatic flash exposure metering.

The receiver can be used with all Navigator X transmitters, including those integrated within Stroboss 36/60, Stroboss V1 and Reporter 360 TTL flashes.

Together with Navigator X transmitter it can be used as a wireless camera shutter trigger or studio flashes trigger as well. Receiver is powered by two AA batteries.


Gallery of Navigator X Receiver



  • available in three variants: Canon, Nikon, Sony
  • allowing Sony speedlite integration with Quadralite Navigator X wireless system
  • compatible with automatic TTL flash light metering system
  • HSS (High Speed Sync) up to 1/8000
  • 2.4 GHz wireless transmission ensures stable work on longer distances both in studio and on location (up to 100m)
  • 32 communication channels and 5 groups for fast configuration and control over many lights
  • firmware update is possible through built-in Micro USB port



Model: Quadralite Navigator X C Quadralite Navigator X N Quadralite Navigator X S
Product type: Additional receiver for Quadralite Navigator X system
Compatible with: Canon Nikon Sony
High Speed Sync: up to 1/8000 s
Range: >100m
Frequency 2.4GHz
Channels:/td> 32
Gropus: 5
Power source: 2 x 1.5V AA batteries
Sync socket 2.5mm Jack
Firmware upgrade Yes (via Micro USB Port)
Ready indicator: Visual
Operating temperature range: +10ºC do +50ºC
Length x Height x Width: 70 x 65 x 45 mm
Weight: 113g (battery not included)



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