Mobile App Overview

Introduction to the "Arsenal Remote" app

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Written by Arsenal
Updated over a week ago

The Arsenal Remote app enables you to wirelessly control your camera with Arsenal from a supported mobile phone. The mobile app is used to:

  • Configure your Arsenal device

  • Download and transfer software and firmware updates to your device

  • Remotely choose camera settings, take photos, and review/share images

Arsenal Remote requires an iPhone running iOS 10 or later, or an Android phone running 7.0 “Nougat” or later. Read more about supported devices.

Downloading the App

The Arsenal app can be downloaded from your phone’s app store. Open the app store on your phone and search for “Arsenal Remote”. US customers can also use the following links, which may not work for users in other countries:

For step-by-step instructions on setting up your app with Arsenal, see Setup and Charging.

Mode Screens

The Arsenal app includes four mode screens. Each screen is used for a different shooting mode:

  • Smart Screen: Take photos with Smart Mode, which uses Arsenal’s machine learning algorithms to intelligently find optimal settings for your scene.

  • Manual Screen: Take photos with complete control over your camera’s exposure settings.

  • Timelapse Screen: Capture and preview timelapses

  • Video Screen: Remotely control video settings (if possible on your camera)

Arsenal’s Handheld Mode does not have a mode screen since it is accessed without using the app.

For a step-by-step guide on each shooting mode, check out:

Focus Screen

The focus screen allows you to wirelessly control your camera’s autofocus lens from your phone. Arsenal offers three focus options:

  • Single-point focus

  • Multi-point focus

  • Whole scene focus

Review Screen

The review screen lets you browse your camera’s photos wirelessly from your phone. For a step-by-step guide, check out Getting Started: Reviewing and Sharing Photos.

Settings Screen

The settings screen allows you to access advanced settings and options, including:

  • Exposure Stacking

  • Focus Stacking

  • Long Exposure Blending

  • Composition Grids

  • Focus Peaking

  • Zebra Stripes

  • Refocus Before Shot

  • Mirror Lockup

  • Enable/Disable LEDs

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