The Nanlite Forza 60C is a bright, RGBLAC, pocket-sized COB LED light
Although it can fit in the palm of your hand and is extremely light, the Nanlite Forza 60C has enormous power. This COB LED light contains a powerful array of LEDs that can illuminate a subject up to 12,810 lux at one meter.
The Nanlite Forza 60C features a computer or smartphone-controlled six-color RGBLAC LED array that takes the traditional red, green, and blue and integrates lime, amber, and cyan LED beads into the light source. Nanlite claims that it can produce highly accurate daylight-balanced 5600K light, an ultra-wide CCT range of 1800K-20000K, and particularly vivid and rich colors.
The Forza 60C has multiple color modes, including HSI, RGBW, and XY at launch, and the company says a Freeze mode will be added in a future firmware update. The Forza 60C is rated at 96 CR/95 TLCI of 95 for color accuracy and can duplicate several special effects, including the cool glow of a TV, the explosive lighting of fireworks, and the emergency strobe of a TV. a police car. Dimming can be controlled on board or remotely from zero to 100%.
Perhaps the most impactful feature at play here is the relatively compact size of its overall design. The Forza 60C is small enough to fit in one hand and can be made mobile with a Sony NP-F dual battery plate, optional V-mount battery and handle, making it capable of being carried for a while. shooting and allowing directors to put light exactly where it needs to be while the subject is in motion. Overall, the Forza 60C weighs just over a kilogram, or about 2.2 pounds.
The Forza 60C can be fixed in a fixed position using the original FM support bracket. It also uses a Bowens adapter to support a wide range of lighting accessories, including an umbrella attachment. Nanlite says the Forza 60C is also extremely quiet thanks to an intelligent fan circuit that can adjust fan speed based on temperature and noise control settings. The light’s maximum power is limited if the fan is completely off at 25% power, but some teams will be grateful for the option of completely silent operation, even if it means a reduction in power.
In addition to its built-in menu system and two control buttons, the Forza 60C is controllable via Bluetooth from a smartphone via the Nanlink app or can connect to a computerized lighting set via DMX/RDM control. A USB port is included to power the wireless DMX receiver.
The Nanlite Forza 60C is available for $699. Softboxes, sliding doors, Fresnel lenses and optional projection accessories are also available.