Photo Review and Sharing/Saving Images
With the Save to Phone feature and onboard Micro SD card, Arsenal 2 makes it simple to review, share, and save photos from your DSLR or mirrorless camera.
Open the Review Screen
In Arsenal 2’s photo modes, you’ll see a thumbnail image in the lower right corner of the screen. Tap it to preview your most recent photo. You can then swipe right to see previous shots.
To view the rest of the images in the Arsenal 2 Gallery, tap the Gallery icon in the upper right corner of the image review screen.
Load Previous Photos
To browse through all the images on your camera (even images taken without Arsenal 2), tap the Gallery icon in the upper right corner of the image review screen. You’ll see thumbnail images for all your recent photos taken with Arsenal 2. If there are previous photos on your camera’s memory card that you would like to review click on the View All button at the bottom of the Gallery screen. Scroll to view earlier images and tap any thumbnail to see the larger preview.
Review Your Image
Select any photo, then drag the image or pinch to resize on Android, or on iOS, you can double-tap and pinch to zoom in.
To save photos to your phone automatically, navigate to the Settings screen and click “MANAGE” under the PHOTO STORAGE section. Then select if you’d like to have Arsenal 2 automatically save stacked images and timelapses to your phone, Arsenal 2’s internal Micro SD card, or both. You can also have Arsenal 2 save the individual images used to create stacks and timelapses to your phone, Arsenal 2’s internal Micro SD card, or both.
There is even an option to automatically save versions of photos and stacked images processed with Deep Color to your phone, Arsenal 2’s internal Micro SD card, or both.
Prior to the stacked image saving to your phone, you can see the progress of the stack by going into the gallery view and clicking on the thumbnail image with the stacked icon displayed in the lower-left corner.
To share a photo from the Arsenal 2 gallery, tap the photo you’d like to share, and click on the share icon. You can then choose your preferred destination, such as Instagram, Facebook, email, chat, or choose to save directly to your phone. When posting on social media, you can use the hashtag #withArsenal to share your photos with the Arsenal 2 community.
Deleting Photos from the Gallery
In the settings menu, under File Management - Gallery you will see a CLEAR button. Use this to delete all photos, stacks, and timelapse videos from Arsenal 2’s gallery. This does not delete photos from your camera or Arsenal 2’s internal Micro SD card.
Please note: you can run the View All to access the photos again but this will not retrieve the stacks or timelapse videos that Arsenal 2 created, only the individual photos captured.
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