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Aputure Electro Storm XT26

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Aputure Electro Storm XT26 – AVAILABLE TO PREORDER NOW!

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Aputure Electro Storm XT26 – AVAILABLE TO PREORDER NOW!


The Most Powerful
The Electro Storm XT26 is a 2600W high-output point-source LED fixture with dynamic white CCT and tint control. Designed for professionals, it features dual accessory mounts, professional connectivity methods, G/M tint control, advanced liquid-cooling technology, and an IP65 dust & water-resistant construction. At 2,600W of intense power output, the Electro Storm XT26 approaches the brightness of industry-standard 12,000W tungsten Fresnels and 4,000W HMIs, making it one of the most powerful point-source LEDs on the market to date.

Dual Accessory Mount
The Electro Storm XT26 is one of the most adaptable fixtures on the market, featuring both the universal Bowens Mount and all-new electronic Aputure Mount compatibility. Whether used with existing Bowens Mount modifiers, all-new Aputure Mount Reflectors, or the all-new F14 Fresnel, the Electro Storm XT26 is designed with higher stability, durability, and optimization for heavy-duty modifiers.

Green-Magenta Adjustability
In addition to its intense 2,600W power output that can replace traditional tungsten and HMI fixtures, the Electro Storm XT26’s latest-gen dynamic white chipset also features green-magenta color correction with +/- .050dUV shift between 3,000K to 6,000K, while producing accurate color throughout its 2,700K to 6,500K CCT range.

Professional Connectivity
Designed for professionals, the Electro Storm XT26 features advanced connectivity options, including Sidus Link app control, LumenRadio CRMX, Art-net & sACN via etherCON, and 16-bit DMX512. And with its rugged IP65 dust and weather-resistant construction, the Electro Storm XT26 can withstand the most demanding filming environments without worrying about performance or reliability.