The spotlights feature a quiet cooling system and an antenna booster to improve Bluetooth/2.4G connectivity.
The Forza 720 averages CRI 95/TLCI 96, and the Forza 720B averages CRI 96/TLCI 97. The 720B features a bi-color range of 2,700-6,500K and two output modes, Maximum and Constant. Both fixtures offer continuous dimming from 0-100 percent in 0.1 increments.
The lights come with a standard Bowens mount and a quick-release clamp. A rugged metal framework provides protection for both the lamp head and the control box. An antenna booster has been integrated into the control box to improve Bluetooth/2.4G connectivity.
A quiet cooling system limits fan noise, even at full power. Users can turn off the fan via on-board control or the NanLink App.
The Forza 720 ($1,649) will begin shipping in late April, and the Forza 720B ($1,849) will begin shipping in late May.