The Rotolight Titan™ X2 is a ground-breaking LED soft light that utilizes state of the art RGBWW technology to provide unparalleled light output, outstanding colour accuracy and a suite of industry-first features designed to enhance your creative possibilities.
The Rotolight Titan™ X2 redefines the standard for cinematic lighting. A ground-breaking LED soft light, it utilizes state of the art RGBWW technology to deliver unparalleled light output, outstanding colour accuracy for gorgeous skin tones and a suite of industry-first features to enhance the creative possibilities of lighting professionals. Designed and manufactured in the UK, the Titan™ X2 delivers the very latest in LED technology in a sleek yet robust package, engineered to last.
Titan™ X2 is the brightest 2×1 soft light ever made, with none of the added weight. Meticulous in its colour rendition, Titan™ X2 excels in both CRI and TLCI performance, saving time in post-production. With industry-first SmartSoft™ technology, you can electronically adjust the light’s diffusion, focus and spread; eliminating the need for gels, whilst its gorgeous soft output and large beam aperture wraps flatteringly around subjects.
Effortlessly access key features with an easy to use interface, quick-start icons, and 10 user customisable presets, saving time on set. With a full-colour touchscreen display, preview Titan’s™ extensive filter library to achieve the exact colour you want at a moment’s notice.
The Titan™ X2 also features Rotolight’s award-winning suite of user customisable CineSFX™ (Fire, Lightning, TV, Gunshot, Paparazzi and more); providing endless creative possibilities on set. Equipped with High Speed Sync flash (1/8000th) with powerful output and zero recycle time; Titan™ X2 is also ideal for high-end studio and portrait photographers.
Includes RL-TITAN-X2-BD Rotolight Barndoor Set for Titan X2 LED Soft Light, Featuring fast, snap-on attachment and a 4-leaf design, the Barndoor Set for Titan X2 LED Soft Light from Rotolight allows you to shape its beam spread by swinging one or more leaves into the beam path to allow selective lighting of the subject.