It seems hard to believe that we just reviewed the iblazr a few months ago, and we first wrote about it a few years ago on iblazr back when it was a Kickstarter project. And now we got a chance to review the iblazr 2.
The purpose of this device, in case you don’t know, is to be an external light source for mobile devices. The iblazr 2 doesn’t have that port can plug into the headphone jack like it’s predecessor, but it does have this weird clip thing for attaching to mobile device. Unlike its predecessor, it has some serious adjusting of the color temperature. The setting can be 5600K, which is good for selfies.
It works with native camera applications on your iPhone, iPad, or Android smartphones. It is pair-able with Bluetooth, and just apply the double tap on the iblazr 2 rear in order to activate the flash. By the way, you can use multiple iblazr 2 devices to get some even light output.
Now, the Concepter website has that this product has a flexible charger that works as the flash, but this product that I had to review didn’t have that. However, it can be sold separately, and the iblazr 2 works with analog cameras.
For those that want to get in on this iblazr 2 action, head on over to the Concepter website shop and lay down $59.99 for it.