The FS-300B LED Bi-Color Monolight from Nanlite is an AC-powered, bi-color LED fixture engineered to provide maximum output while maintaining an even light spread. A true, all-in-one monolight, the FS-300B employs a large LED array and a precision-engineered reflector to emit up to 38,720 lux of 5600K daylight-balanced light at one meter, and its bi-color design allows it to provide a CCT range of 2700-6500K, all while maintaining a high CRI/TLCI of 96/97, ensuring accurate color rendition.
Built-in Bluetooth wireless capacity allows the FS-300B to be controlled with the free NANLINK mobile app for iOS and Android. In addition, built-in 2.4 GHz provides remote wireless control by using the separately available WS-RC-C2 remote control, or the WS-TB-1 transmitter box for more elaborate setups.
Powerful, Even Light Output
Larger LED array than most COB LED monolights to deliver up to 38,720 lux at 1m (with the included reflector), as well as a smooth and even light spread with no hotspots when used with a softbox.
Bi-Color Light with Advanced Features
Adjustable Kelvin range of 2700-6500K, providing the full flexibility of bi-color output. It also has advanced features including maximum output mode to supply full output power, and constant output mode to maintain constant intensity across CCT range.
Integrated Monolight with Fan Cooling
A true monolight, the FS-300B combines the control unit, power adapter, and lamp body into one compact unit. The integrated design makes it more lightweight and enables effective fan-powered heat dissipation, ensuring optimal performance and long life.
Bowens-S Reflector Mount
By utilizing the near-universal Bowens style light modifier mount and incorporating an umbrella holder into the yoke, the FS-300B is compatible with an extensive selection of light modifiers. This selection includes, but is not limited to, Nanlite's line of Fresnels, softboxes, and umbrellas.
12 Practical Lighting Effects
With pre-programmed customizable special effects, the FS-300B makes it easy to imitate lighting scenarios that can otherwise be tricky to recreate. Simulate 12 different practical lighting effects including CCT loop, INT loop, flash, pulse, storm, TV, paparazzi, candle/fire, bad bulb, firework, explosion, and welding.
Local and Wireless Remote Control
The FS-300B has intuitive analog controls and a large LCD display for precision control, but it can also be controlled remotely via Bluetooth with the free NANLINK app for IOS or Android. It can also be remotely controlled on a 2.4 GHz connection using the separately available WS-TB-1 transmitter or WS-RC-C2 remote control.
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