SKU: GC52-NNFORZA720

Nanlite Forza 720 5600K Monolight

Nanlite Forza 720 5600K Monolight

Powerful LED light, the Nanlite Forza 720

The Nanlite Forza 720 offers remarkable luminace levels, maintains very effiicient light output. Giving out 10200lux at 3m (with 45 degree reflector at 5600K).

A very powerful and versatile light in a compact fixture. With the traditional Bowens mount the light will fit into your workspace with ease being compatible with so many light shapers and accessories. Also featuring an advanced yoke that has an umbrella mount for more light shaping options.

A redesigned ballast tower which now has the ability to mount your V-lock batteries to the side of the tower for ease of accessibility. An antenna booster is integrated into the tower for reliable bluetooth and 2.4G. A redesigned clamp is included with the kit, giving you more options to mount your ballast tower to different sized light stands, truss poles and other mounting objects. The curved yoke allows for 360 degree rotation, giving more light tilting angles and a one sided locking handle making it easy to operate for accurate adjustments.

The light will come with a 5 metre connection cable allowing more freedom for mounting your ballast tower and light head further away.

Ultra quite cooling system is optimised for audio recording on set, the fan noise is minimal while the light gives full output. Rated at only 20 decibels (at 35 degree ambient temperature).

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