Rotolight Introduces The Titan X2 LED Cinema Light

Rotolight has debuted the Titan X2, a new LED light with RGBWW technology to provide high light output, precise color accuracy and a suite of features designed to enhance the creative possibilities of lighting professionals. 

Designed and manufactured in the UK, Rotolight called the Titan X2 the brightest 2x1 soft light ever made with none of the added weight. Titan X2 performs excellently across the entire CCT spectrum from 2,800K to 10,000K and is entirely flicker-free at any shutter angle or intensity.

With Rotolight’s SmartSoft technology, lighting professionals can now electronically adjust the light’s diffusion, focus and spread. The light eliminates the need for gels. SmartSoft can be adjusted locally on the light, via DMX or wirelessly. With the largest light aperture of any 2x1 fixture, the light's soft output wraps around subjects and avoids sharp shadows.

Featuring a toughened LCD touchscreen display with an intuitive user interface, Titan X2 means operators no longer need to navigate through complex sub-menus. Key features can be accessed with a single touch thanks to quick-start icons and up to 10 user customizable presets for instant recall.

The full-color display enables on-screen previews of the light's extensive filter library allowing cinematographers to achieve the exact color they want and eliminating the guesswork.

Excelling in both CRI and TLCI performance, the Titan X2 is meticulous in its color rendition. The lamp harnesses a palette of over 16.7 million vibrant colors in seconds, all accessible across five lighting modes: CCT, HSI, RGBW, XY and Filter which includes a library of more than 1300 industry standard gels. 

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