Adopting the same popular, easy-to-use form factor as the 60, NanLite has upped its performance with the introduction of the Forza 60B Bi-Color LED Monolight. The 60B has color temperature that's variable from a warm 2700K to a cool 6500K to deal with ambient light conditions, match other fixtures, or just for creative expression. The fixture's high CRI/TLCI rating of 96/98 attests to its advanced accuracy in color rendering. Light intensity is variable too, and while you can make these adjustments locally on the fixture, you can also make them wirelessly with a separately-purchased transmitter thanks to built-in 2.4 GHz technology. Another asset is the light's special effects that include CCT Loop, INT Loop, Flash, Pulse, Storm, TV, Paparazzi, Candle/Fire, Bad Bulb, Fireworks, Explosion, and Welding. The 7.6 x 4.1 x 3.2" fixture weighs just 1.8 lb, making it a welcome addition to your kit while claiming minimal space.
The Forza 60B is cooled by a quiet, controllable fan, while another of its attributes is its AC/DC power options. The light is ready for worldwide use thanks to its 110 to 240 VAC power supply, but it can also run on NP-F or 14.8V V-mount batteries with the separate purchase of a battery grip or adapter for situations when AC current is unavailable. The Forza 60B ships with a yoke and 5/8" receiver that accepts industry-standard light stands.
The Forza 60 Bowens Mount Adapter from Nanlite expands the light shaper compatibility of the Forza 60 LED light head to include most Bowens S-mount-style softboxes, reflectors, and beauty dishes, plus shaft-mounted accessories like umbrellas. The position of the tilting stand adapter moves the center of gravity forward, providing better balance when using large modifiers, and then tightens securely in position with a large, easy-to-grip ratchet handle.
For image-makers in the field without access to AC power, the Forza 60 Battery Grip from Nanlite is an ergonomic solution that is designed to balance the light even with the optional FL-11 Fresnel or a softbox attached. The grip accepts two L-series/NP-F750 batteries that will run the 60W light for up to one hour at full power, while you stand-mount it via its 5/8" receiver or handhold it for the ultimate freedom of movement. It even has retractable feet that let the grip and light stand on their own.