Rotolight’s Titan X2 is Now Shipping

February 6th, 2020 Jump to Comment Section
Rotolight's Titan X2 is Now Shipping

The Rotolight Titan X2, the brand’s first step into the cinema and rental houses world, is now shipping! This bright 2×1 LED panel with RGBWW technology features the SmartSoft technology that allows you to directly dial in the amount of diffusion you want on the fixture. Let’s take a closer look!

Rotolight Titan X2 – 2×1 Soft LED Light Panel. Source: Rotolight

Rotolight Titan X2 Features

If you are not familiar with the Titan X2, Rotolight’s latest flagship fixture, here is a quick summary of all the features of this 2×1 RGBWW LED panel:

  • It’s bright, with a light output of around 2300Lux at 3 meters with 50% diffusion, which is close to being twice as bright as an ARRI S60.
  • You can dim it from 0 to 100%, and it is flicker-free. It has a color temperature range of 2800K up to 10,000K. Also, the Titan X2 is an RGBWW panel, so it offers you the choice of over 16.7 million colors, all accessible across five lighting modes: CCT, HSI, RGBW, XY, and Filter mode.
  • CRI values are above 95, with a TLCI of 98.
  • The most incredible feature is the SmartSoft Technology that allows you to adjust the light’s diffusion, focus electronically, and spread.
  • You can control it with buttons and the built-in LCD, or via DMX wired and wireless, wirelessly via Bluetooth (for app control), with integrated LumenRadio compatibility, or via an RJ45 port. For photographers, it features an Elinchrom Skyport flash receiver.

You can take a look at the hands-on review we did during IBC 2019 below or check the article for more information.

Pricing and Availability

The Rotolight Titan X2 is shipping now. According to Rotolight, they received “incredible pre-order demand from leading rental houses, broadcasters, and cinematographers around the world.”

Prices range from $4699.00/€4230.00 for the Swan Neck version, all the way up to $4999.00/€4530.00 for the standard yoke or pole yoke versions. At this price point, it is not a light primarily made for owner-operators, but more for rental houses. But, I guess it will be a massive success due to the apparent quality and versatility of the Rotolight X2. We’ll try to fit it into our reviews schedule as soon as possible and take a closer look!

What do you think of the Rotolight X2? Do you think of renting one for your next production? Let us know in the comments below!

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