The Nanlite Forza 60B II Bi-Color LED Spotlight is small enough to fit in one hand, yet powerful enough to provide 14350 Lux, 1333 fc of 5600K light at 1 meter, and a versatile color temperature range from 2700K to 6500K. It's ready for professional production with a durable build quality, control options for Bluetooth, 2.4G, and DMX/RDM, a protected glass-covered COB light source, a compact AC adapter, and the ability to run on a V-Mount battery or NP-F batteries with the included BH-FZ60 handgrip (a V-Mount handgrip is sold separately). You can have complete confidence in its performance as the 60B II has a highly accurate CRI rating of 96 and a TLCI of 98.
Compact and Professional
Every Forza instrument provides the highest quality of light while being as compact and lightweight as possible. They're built tough to perform flawlessly at demanding shoots, day after day. Forza 60B II is bright enough for a multitude of uses on set, and small enough for tight spaces and to hide behind in-frame objects.
Trust What You See
Nanlite users praise the beautiful quality of light our fixtures produce first and foremost. Light from the Forza 60B II doesn't just look good—it's accurate. With a CRI of 96 and a TLCI of 98, you won't waste time in post-production trying to fix color issues.
App and DMX Control
You can fully control Forza 60B II with your phone through Bluetooth with the free NANLINK app for iOS and Android. A locking metal port makes DMX/RDM control possible with the CB-DMX-3.5C-1/2 Adapter Cable (sold separately). Built-in 2.4G lets you use the WS-RC-C2 Remote Control (sold separately) or the WS-TB-1 Transmitter Box (sold separately) for larger setups.
Forza 60B II provides a more efficient use of battery power: it gets up to 90 mins at 100% brightness on 2x NP-F970 batteries (up from 70 mins) and 120 mins at 100% on 1x 14.8V 160WH V-Mount battery (up from 110 mins). Batteries sold separately.
Quiet On Set
The notably quiet built-in fan can be turned off when absolute silence is needed. The easy-to-use controls, including a new Mode button, can be locked to avoid unwanted changes. 12 built-in effects can be customized and saved as presets in the NANLINK app. A USB port lets you update the firmware, adding new features in the future.
The FM Mount on Forza 60B II is compatible with the PJ-FMM Projection Attachment (sold separately), which gives you powerful control over shaping and cutting light. It's also compatible with the popular FM-Mount softboxes, and the included Bowens adapter enables compatibility with an enormous number of modifiers.
Decades of Focus
This is the second generation of this popular instrument with refinements and upgrades that make it even more useful. It's made by a company that's been focused on manufacturing LED lights for video production and photography for over 30 years, and all of this experience is evident in the Forza 60B II.
Additional Features and Information
This is the second-generation of this model and it features improvements across the board, such as providing up to 28.5% longer battery run-times, and a fan that's 10 dBA quieter. A useful 45° mini reflector is included, and an entire ecosystem of other FM-Mount modifiers are available, like the FL-11 Fresnel (sold separately), which increases output to 34700 Lux (3223.7 fc). The included Bowens adapter provides an umbrella mount and makes the 60B II compatible with a vast number of light-shaping options. A padded carrying case is included as well, and it comfortably holds everything. A USB port allows you to update the firmware to add new features in the future, and it also supplies 5V1A of power for wireless DMX receivers (sold separately) or other devices.
Forza 60B II has a feature that first debuted in the top-of-the-line Forza 720B: Maximum Output mode and Constant Output mode. Think of Maximum Output mode as the normal operation of the light, where it supplies as much brightness as possible for your current CCT setting. Constant Output mode is different because it will maintain the same selected output brightness no matter which CCT setting you switch to. It allows you to change the CCT on set without needing to then adjust other equipment, such as the camera settings, to account for brightness shifts that can occur when you change color temperatures.