Yes, you can power our Boltzen series of lights with standard Sony L-Series NP-F batteries. However, since these batteries generally max out at 7V, the light's running time will be limited. And in turn, the brighter you set the light, the faster the battery will drain. If a portable power option is needed, then our top suggestion would be using a V-mount battery for optimum power to the light through the built-in D-Tap port.
However, if you'd rather go the Sony NP-F battery route, then we'd suggest looking into getting a V-Mount Battery Converter Plate that is capable of holding 2 Sony batteries. This will essentially double the batteries' output, and thus increase the running time of your light. YouTube reviewer MrCheesycam provides more insight in the video below.
If you're looking for higher (brighter) output and longer run times without buying v-mount batteries, these adapters will get you by. Doubling up the Sony 7V batteries to 14V makes these @cametv #Boltzen LED #Fresnels lights brighter than running them at 7V, while at the same time increasing your run time. Find them at http://cametvgear.com