Anton/Bauer has introduced the Titon SL series of 14.4V Gold Mount and V-Mount batteries in a more compact size.
Anton/Bauer said the Titon SLs pack the performance found in other Titon batteries into a smaller and lighter-weight form factor, making them ideal for independent content creators and freelance camera operators. The Titon SL is currently offered in 150Wh and 240Wh models.
Anton/Bauer said the Titon SL range features a new cell design that allows the batteries to be smaller and lighter. This means the power and performance found in Anton/Bauer's original Titon 150, can now be packed into the same size as a standard 90Wh battery and has also enabled the company to introduce a new larger-capacity 240Wh battery in a more compact form.
With batteries that are easier to pack and carry, users are able to reduce the size and weight of their kit as well as the number of batteries needed for a day's shoot.
Titon SL batteries deliver long-lasting power to a wide range of DSLR, mirrorless, ENG/broadcast and digital cine cameras. In addition, Titon SLs can power popular LEDs, production monitors and bonded cellular transmission systems.
Each Gold Mount or V-Mount Titon SL also includes P-TAP and high-speed Smart USB ports to power accessories such as wireless transmitters, LED lights, follow-focus lens controllers and monitors as well as smartphones and tablets.
With the Titon SL's onboard LCD screen or the camera's viewfinder display, operators have a view of the exact runtime and remaining available power for the camera and accessories being powered.
Titon SL offers one of the widest operating temperature ranges in its class — from -4 °F to 140 °F (-20 °C to 60 °C) — ensuring its reliability even in the world's most extreme conditions. The batteries are compatible with Anton/Bauer legacy chargers.
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