Elinchrom Ranger Quadra Hybrid with Lead Acid Battery

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Product Highlights

  • Built-in EL-Skyport radio receiver
  • Compatible with the ELS Transmitter Speed
  • 8 Frequency Channels with 4 Groups
  • EL-Skyport Speed Sync mode
  • Unique control from an iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch
  • Additional features can be found when used
  • Two power outlets
  • Pre-flash detector system to enable the use of Quadra RX
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About Elinchrom Ranger Quadra Hybrid

The Elinchrom Ranger Quadra Hybrid with Lead Acid Battery is a compact portable 400 Ws battery flash system for studio and outdoors use. Complete with fast recycling times, wireless trigger and remote options via the EL-Skyport, the Quadra Hybrid really are a perfect system for anyone who likes to work away from the mains. Latest firmware manages flash power consistency, remote power variation, LED modeling lamp and even more RX features than are currently available on any other unit and Lead-Gel batteries for low temperature robustness. Two heads are available for the RQ system: an A (Action) head for action freezing flash durations and an S (Standard) head for general purpose photography.

Elinchrom Ranger Quadra Hybrid Features

  • Built-in EL-Skyport radio receiver for power settings control and flash triggering
  • EL-Skyport with 8 Frequency Channels with 4 Groups compatible with the ELS Transmitter Speed
  • EL-Skyport Speed Sync mode for synchronization up to a 1/320 s on enabled SLR cameras
  • Unique control from an iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch with the EL-Skyport App via the optional Wi-Fi module
  • Additional features can be found when used with EL-Skyport Software such as Flash-Delay for strobing-effects
  • Two power outlets - 2: 1 ratio, Single high power channel and single superfast channel
  • Pre-flash detector system to enable the use of Quadra RX with speedlights
  • Programmable ready beep function
  • Auto energy saver
  • 5V sync socket for maximum protection of digital cameras
  • Only 6.6lbs (3 kg) with Lead-Gel battery
  • Super small and lightweight heads - compact and only 0.55lbs
  • LED modeling lamp
  • Action flashtube for sharper images - reach an incredible 1/6000th of a second with an Action head
  • With the EL-Reflector Adapter all accessories and Rotalux softboxes up to 53" (135 cm) can be used

Elinchrom Ranger Quadra Hybrid Specifications

Energy (Ws/J)
Power distribution
Asymmetrical 2:1 ratio
F-Stop (1m, 100 ISO, reflector 48deg.)
At 100%: 64.5
Power range f-stop
Power range Ws
100%: 25 - 400 - 66%
Output A: 17 - 268 - 33%
Output B: 8.2 - 132
Power range
1/1 - 1/32
Power increments in f-stop
1/10 to programmable 5/10 - 1/1
Flash duration
t0.5 at max. power in s: RQ S / A head
Output A (100%): 1/1200 / 1/2800
Output B (33%): 1/3000 / 1/5700
Output A+B (100%): 1/1500 / 1/4000
Recycling, FAST in s
Output A: 0.41 - 2.26
Output B: 0.18 - 0.8
Recycling, SLOW in s
Output A: 0.95 - 7.8
Output B: 0.37 - 2.7
Color temperature in deg.K
At max. power: 5500
Auto Power Dumping
Adjusts power settings automatically
Power stability
± 0.5%
Modeling lamp mode
On, off, programmable timer and continuous
Flashes out of one charged battery
At min. power, SLOW / FAST recycle: 2000 / 1500
At max. power, SLOW / FAST recycle: 140 / 110
Lead-Gel 12 V / 3.6 Ah
Quick charger: approx. recharge time
2 hrs
EL-Skyport (Built-in)
Integrated transceiver, 8 Frequency Channels and 4 Groups with full RX features
Sync voltage
5 V (compatible with all cameras)
Sync socket
3.5 mm Jack
Ranger Quadra Hybrid including Battery box: 15x8.5x21cm / 5.90x3.34x8.26"
3kg / 6.61lbs
Mfr #
EL 10266.1

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Reviewed by 1 customers


fairly portable, still a few quirks


This is my second Quadra Powerpack. The first is still going strong (after having to be repaired once) but I just needed a second. So, after using the system for about 3 years, I know it pretty well. On the plus side it is fairly small and the heads are light enough to be boomed over just about anything. I've stuck it in corners, hung it from a scissor clamp from a drop ceiling, and have done all day "run and gun" shoots with it in a backpack. If you're not doing anything too fancy, like trying to synchronize with a Canon/Nikon flash with pre-flashes, you really don't need to carry around the instructions. The remote firing is pretty good. The transmitter is small which is a plus and I'd say that it has about a 95% fire rate from 20+ feet. So... the negatives... I've had one instance where it seems that the battery doesn't make connections when the pack is hanging from the supplied strap. I think it might actually be pulling loose. They offer the "Snappy" which is sort of a mesh bag to put it in, but I don't understand the purpose of it, as you have to use the original strap. What I wish was provided was a way to screw in a 5/8" bolt so I could super clamp this to a stand. That would make moving from location to location faster and safer. It would also allow me to use the battery/generator as a counter weight on a boom arm. There is an aftermarket item for this for the Paul Puff Vagabond II, which would be ideal in this case. Secondly, the heads. While this doesn't have to do with the generator/battery per se, you can't use this without the heads, so it's really all part of the package. The head casing, including both mounts, don't feel very solid. This limits the size of the modifier you can safely put on it. I haven't broken one yet, but I swear I've heard it whimper with larger umbrellas and mods. This is understandable, given it's intended use. What is a little more baffling is that the adapter you must use to allow the use of a regular Elinchrom speed ring also feels flimsy. Because I use soft boxes much of the time I usually store the Quadra heads on the adapter mount, and put a regular elinchrom cap on it. Unfortunately, at that point, it's not very portable to transport anymore, but it's a bit faster to set up. All in all, despite the cost and the lower power, I actually like the idea of Profoto's B2, especially in that you don't need an additional adapter to use standard speed rings. I'm also waiting for Elinchrom to come up with something similar to the Profoto B1. Overall I like Elinchrom's modifiers better than their lights.

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