NanLite BH-FZ60 Battery Grip For Forza 60 LED Light


  • Brand: NanLite
  • SKU: NGBHFZ60
  • Product code: 532885
£51.45 £61.74 Inc VAT Price Match
The NanLite Forza 60 Battery Grip provides an ergonomic handle as well as approx. 1 hour of cord-free runtime at 100% brightness when equipped with 2x Sony L style NP-F750...
The NanLite Forza 60 Battery Grip provides an ergonomic handle as well as approx. 1 hour of cord-free runtime at 100% brightness when equipped with 2x Sony L style NP-F750 batteries. It also features a standard 5/8" receiver for direct mounting on any standard light stand and retractable feet for standalone support.

Go Handheld
Take the NanLite Forza 60's power and versatility to a new level with the Forza 60 Battery Grip. By no longer relying on light stands for support, the Forza 60 can now be used anywhere and everywhere, perfect for run and gun filmmaking, creative effects and event photography.

Power Anywhere
The Forza 60 Battery Grip enables approx. 1 hour of cord-free runtime at 100% brightness when equipped with 2x Sony L style NP-F750 batteries so you can operate in any location regardless of power availability.

Ergonomic Design
With the user's comfort in mind, the Forza 60 Battery Grip was designed to balance the weight of the Forza 60. Even with the FL-11 Fresnel of Forza 60 soft-box attached.

Adaptable
To quickly adapt to any situation without slowing down production, the Forza 60 Battery Grip also features a standard 5/8" receiver for direct mounting onto any standard light stand and retractable feet for standalone support.

Specification:

• Size: 7.9 x 2.2 x 3.5in
• Weight:.4 lb (No Batteries) / 1.81kg
• Mount: Standard 5/8in Pin and Standard 5/8in Receiver
• Battery: 2x Sony NP-F550 / F750 / F970 series (Not Included)
• Battery Run Time at 100% Brightness (approx): 2x NP-F550: 25 mins / 2x NP-• F750: 1 hour / 2x NP-F970: 1.5 hours

Package Content:

1x NanLite Forza 60 Battery Grip

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