Nanlite Forza 300B II LED Light (Bi-Colour)

Full day rate: $70.00

Total including 5% insurance & 10% GST : $80.85

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Product Description

The Nanlite Forza 300B II Bi-Color LED Light is compact & lightweight, yet delivers 68060 Lux (6323 fc) at 1-meter 5600K with the included reflector. It was built for professional production with a versatile CCT range of 2700K–6500K, durable construction, control options for Bluetooth, 2.4G, & DMX/RDM, a frosted-glass protected COB, a fully redesigned yoke, & a Control Unit that runs on AC or side-mounted V-Mount batteries. It has a highly accurate CRI average of 96 & a TLCI of 97, & lets you easily adjust the green-to-magenta shift by +/- 80, which is made possible by its WW(RG) LED source & light-mixing chamber.

This is the second-generation of this fixture & it features improvements across the board, such as an 11% increase in brightness, a Control Unit that's 37% smaller, fanless, & can run on a single V-Mount battery, & it gets 30% more battery life.

It's compatible with a vast number of Bowens Mount light modifiers, including Nanlite's own offerings. A useful 55° reflector is included, & with the FL-20G Fresnel (sold separately), output increases to 151000 Lux, 14028.3 fc at 1 meter.

The head fan is 9 dBA quieter & has 4 modes: Smart, Full Speed, Low Speed, & Off for absolute silence.

Compact Powerhouse

Forza 300B II provides an impressive amount of versatile bi-color output from a head that weighs only 6.3 lbs (2.9 kg) & is just 12.9 x 8.9 x 4.8" in size.

App & DMX Control

You can fully control the Forza 300B II with your phone through Bluetooth with the free NANLINK app for iOS & Android. 2.4G lets you use the WS-RC-C2 Remote (supplied separately) or the WS-TB-1 Transmitter Box (supplied separately) for larger setups.

G/M Adjustment

When you mix with ambient light & other fixtures, adjusting the green-to-magenta shift lets the 300B II perfectly match. This is also useful when you want to achieve a specific look, but you need to tweak the color to get there. It's rare for a spotlight to have this feature, but you get it in Forza 300B II.

Special Effects > 12 Built-In Practical Effects:

  • CCT Loop
  • Int Loop
  • Flash
  • Pulse
  • Storm
  • TV
  • Paparazzi
  • Candle/Fire
  • Bad Bulb
  • Firework
  • Explosion
  • Welding


  • Control Unit with V-Mount Plates
  • Head Cable 9.10-feet (3 m)
  • 55-Degree Bowens Mount Reflector
  • Quick-Release Stand Clamp
  • Optional Fresnel Attachment
  • Optional Soft Box (120cm or 85cm)
  • Heavy Duty Stand
  • Power Extension Lead

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