For the professional Cameraflyer, the BLU2Pro takes the guesswork out of the status of your GoPro Camera. Stop relying on others and take control of your livelihood today, know the exact status of your GoPro Camera.
BLU2Pro Indicator for GoPro Cameras Skydiving
International buyers please read before purchasing:
Since the BLU2Pro is RF based, it is certified for sale in the EU but other countries may restrict its importation
Camera in the wrong mode? You'll know.
Battery or Card space running low? We got that!
Another go around? No more second guessing.
How does it work?
Paired over Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) the BLU2Pro regularly receives status updates from the camera and updates it's three LED indicators. GoPro Inc.'s BLE implementation is very reliable. In fact, we found BLE to be more reliable than a hardwired USB-C solution (and we don't break any laws). The BLU2Pro was designed to use very little power, and you will not notice a difference in battery life of your camera.†
HYPOXIC BLU2Pro. Designed for open face helmets.
- Low Power, future compatible, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Camera Indicator
- Intuitive & Standardized Indications: Red for record, Blue for standby, and Yellow for a warning or error.
- Rechargeable battery will last for months on a single charge.
- A slight shake wakes up the device with it's internal accelerometer. No pressing buttons on the BLU2Pro necessary.
- 2.5mm input for future enhancements. Currently a switch will start recording, take a single photo, start burst, or activate time-lapse.
- Shows catastrophic failures such as no card, camera too hot, no space left, and battery depleted with a flashing yellow.
- Indicates wrong mode, battery low, card space minimal, and SD rating check‡ warnings with a flashing yellow when record or standby is active.
- Responsive connectivity.*
GoPro HERO11 Black & Mini
GoPro HERO10 Black
GoPro HERO9 Black
GoPro HERO5 Session†
Reliability: Reliability was our primary design goal. BLU2Pro units have been in test since early 2021 and have hundreds upon hundreds of jumps under their belt.
Multi-Function Button. The multi-function button is used to control the Blu2Pro itself.
- Put the unit in a deep sleep where the accelerometer will not wake it up. This is good for traveling with your setup.
- Pair to a new camera.
- Update the unit for future firmware updates.
- 1 x BLU2Pro Indicator System
- 1 x USB type C Charger cable
- 2 x Led Clasps
- 1 x Sticker
- 1 x VHB Tape
- 1 x Label with FCC Compliance
- No GoPro Camera included
Size. The BLU2Pro will fit into most ditter pockets. Its about 3mm thicker than a Quattro but is much skinnier and shorter. We recommend mounting it on an external camera plate if available and an unused ditter pocket if not.
Mounting. Most cameraflyers will enjoy mounting the BLU2Pro to the top of their helmet and fish the indicator cable through their bite switch cutout. Although slightly fatter than a ditter (15mm vs 12mm), customers may also mount the BLU2Pro in an unused ditter pocket depending on the helmet fit. A piece a VHB tape is provided to affix the BLU2Pro to your helmet.
Battery Life. Most customers will get several months of operation off of a single charge provided they turn the unit off before traveling. The built in accelerometer wakes the unit up when gently shook or moved and searches for your camera. This uses the most power out of any operation so care should be taken to turn off the unit off before traveling. Battery takes 2 hours to charge via USB-C.
2.5mm Input. This jack allows the customer to add an external "start/stop" switch. A bite switch maybe added but unfortunately the GoPro Camera will not continuously shoot when the switch is depressed. In other words, it will only take a single photo at a time. This is a limitation of the camera's software. Customers can always use the switch to activate Live Burst or time-lapse photos.
† GoPro HERO5 and HERO5 Session will see shorter battery life as Wi-Fi remains enabled. For other cameras, BLE uses minute amount of power and therefore battery life will not be changed.
‡ On the GoPro HERO10 non v30 speed cards will report a warning.
* When turning on the camera after 8 hours of inactivity, the Gopro Camera is in a deep sleep and a full boot occurs. Within 8 hours, the camera leaves the Bluetooth module on and is a suspended state. Therefore, it will take slightly longer to connect after 8 hours of inactivity as we need to wait for the camera to fully boot up. Additionally, some cameras are severely bogged down while recording. It may take additional time to connect if QuickCapture is used (aka One Button Mode.)
Disclaimer. This product and/or service is not affiliated with, endorsed by or in any way associated with GoPro Inc. or its products and services. GoPro, HERO, and their respective logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of GoPro, Inc.