The primary purpose of this release is to support iOS 13 and improve the connection process when connecting to existing devices. We've also included some more bug fixes, a few performance improvements, and a new exposure calculation system for night photography in smart mode.
Night Exposure: When taking photos in the dark, Arsenal will use test shots to automatically set the exposure and other settings. This means smart mode will now work when it is too dark for your camera to meter. Depending on how dark it is and your camera's noise performance, it can usually calculate the exposure in about 15 seconds.
- Added support for the Canon EOS Rebel T7, Canon EOS 2000D, Canon EOS Kiss X90, and Canon EOS 1500D
- Fixed an issue where Arsenal would display black live view frames on some Nikon cameras
- Fixed whole scene focus not being enabled on Fuji X-T1
- Fixed focus mode toggling on some Sony cameras
- Upgraded video player in Android app, should bring some improvements to timelapse playback
- Improved the way Canon cameras detect mode changes
- Fixed an issue on Sony cameras when the locale uses comma's instead of periods for the decimal point
- Android: Added 64-bit builds
- Android: fixed a bug in firmware update countdown
- Improve messaging when triggering is canceled, but the camera needs to finish taking a photo
- Fixed an issue with RAW timelapses on the Canon 1DXii
- Changed the way dropped connections are detected, should make connections over long distances a bit more resilient
- Fixed a few issues with the new Smart Mode solver, mostly involving dark scenes (not just night photo though)
- Fixes issue crash when current aperture disappears during a smart mode calculation (because the lens is zoomed and it drops an available aperture)