The Forza 150B COB LED Light from Nanlite is strikingly compact and lightweight considering the powerful light output it provides. Weighing just 3.4 lb, it employs a glass-covered, bi-color COB LED module with a CCT range of 2700-6500K. It maintains high CRI and TLCI ratings of 96 and 98, ensuring accurate color rendition. It features 12 customizable lighting effects and can be controlled using the onboard analog controls and LCD screen, or remotely with the NANLINK mobile app for iOS or Android. The Forza 150B features a locking 3.5mm input for DMX/RDM control, and an onboard USB port for firmware updates can be used to power DMX receivers. Its compact form factor and bi-color output make it a useful lighting solution for every level of production, including professional films and television, independent films, documentaries, music videos, in-house content, and remote location work of all types.
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