Made to omni-directionally flood an area of the set with light, the Nanlite 60cm Forza 60 Lantern Softbox is especially handy when your subject is subtly lit but you'd like the background to read as well.
Often used overhead on a boom, the lantern has a wide 270° beam spread that covers a large area with soft, flattering light that's especially useful when shooting sit-down conversations or table scenes. However, how do you control such a wide output of light? Nanlite has thought of that with the integration of four roll-up skirts. Rolling down one or more of the skirts can keep light from areas that you don't want illuminated or roll all of the skirts down for a small, soft circle of light.
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