Anton|Bauer Introduces Titon Battery

Anton|Bauer has introduced Titon, a new series of Gold Mount and V-Mount batteries designed for on-location productions.

Offered in both 90 and 150-watt hour models, Anton|Bauer said Titon powers the leading DSLR, mirrorless, ENG, digital cine cameras and LED lighting.

With P-TAP and high-speed Smart USB ports, Titon can also power accessories such as wireless transmitters, follow focus and lens controllers, monitors and smart devices. Using the onboard LCD screen or the camera’s viewfinder display, Titon users know the exact runtime and remaining available power for the camera and accessories being powered.

Titon offers one of the widest operating temperature ranges in its class — from -4 °F to 140 °F — ensuring its reliability even in the world’s most extreme conditions. Titon batteries are compatible with Anton|Bauer legacy chargers.

The Titon battery is priced at $335 for the 90Wh version and $545 for the150Wh version.

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