Share this

We use cookies and various other bits of data to improve learn more about our privacy and cookies policy

The NANLITE FS-60B: A New and Lightweight Studio Light Enters the Fray

- 2 years ago

Advertised as ultra-portable, lightweight, compact, and with accurate colour temperature adjustment the Nanlite FS-60B promises a lot but how does it stack up? Read on below to get the full details!

NANLITE FS-60B white background

The Specifications

The FS-60B studio light features a colour temperature adjustment range of between 2700K to 6500K which should cover needs for most lighting situations. The weight of less than 1kg [0.85kg including adapter] and dimensions of 247 x 134 x 87mm make it quite a compact and lightweight offering, and the dimming and temperature adjustment via rotating knobs should make for a simple operation. With bluetooth capability the FS-60B is compatible with a remote control [sold separately] or can be controlled via the NANLINK App.

  • Colour temperature range of 2,700K to 6,500K
  • Weight and size of 0.85kg and 247 x 134 x 87mm
  • 70W power rating, output of 13,360 lux [at 1 metre with reflector, 5,600K]
  • Constant and maximum output modes
  • FM Mount system with Bowens mount adaptor included
  • Supports control via NANLINK APP, 2.4G, and Bluetooth [remote control not included]

Who’s It For?

Nanlite advertises the FS-60B as being suitable for everyone from beginners to professionals, and the compact size and weight should make it beneficial for those working in smaller studios and tight spaces. Live streaming and photo and video production are highlighted as key uses by Nanlite so it could well be of interest to online content creators as well as photographers and videographers.


Pricing and Availability

The Nanlite FS-60B is priced at £186 inc VAT. It was announced on Wednesday 19th October 2022 and will be available in the UK soon for purchase. See Nanlite’s website for more.

About the author

Read The NANLITE FS-60B: A New and Lightweight Studio Light Enters the Fray

Peter Carey

Features Editor

Peter is a photographer and writer based in Hastings on the South Coast of the UK. Having originally studied biology, his passion and now, profession, see him working with both film and digital cameras. Alongside news and feature-writing for PhotoBite.UK, Peter's spare time is dedicated to language learning and occasionally servicing his latest camera purchase – at the time of writing, an Argus C3.