I have a pair of Elinchrom D-Lite-2 IT 200Ws studio strobes. The strobes have built-In Skyport wireless receivers and the set came with a Elinchrom Skyport ECO transmitter. This transmitter broke during my latest photoshoot so I am in the market for a new transmitter.
I also have two Yongnuo YN600EX-RT II Speedlites which have built-in receivers compatible with Canon's 2.4 GHz radio flash trigger system and E-TTL / E-TTL II metering and a Yongnuo YN-E3-RT Speedlite transmitter.
In the near future, I might also buy a Godox AD200 flash.
I'm searching for a universal wireless radio transmitter that can trigger all these different branded studio strobes and flashes from a Canon 6D camera.
What my research has learned already:
Elinchrom Transmitter PRO
The Elinchrom Transmitter PRO is compatible with the three previous generations of flash units (including the EL-Skyport Transceiver RX module for Style RX, Digitial RX, and Ranger RX systems, the integrated EL-Skyport modules for D-Lite RX, BRX, ELC Pro HD and ELB series.).
I have the non-RX version of the D-lite kit, so not completely sure if this is compatible. No word on compatibility with the Yongnuo and Godox flashes.
The JrX Transmitter is compatible with any camera body with a standard hotshoe. The JrX Receiver is compatible with most all studio strobes and handheld flashes with appropriate sync cable. JrX Receivers are shipped with 3.5mm cable, 2.5mm and 1/4 inch sync adapters.
This seems to be compatible with my setup, but it seems that I would need to buy separate receiver units for my strobes and flashes, even though they have built-in receivers.
Any suggestion what would be the best transmitter for my use case? I'm open to use other brands or models than the transmitters listed above.