Fuji Camera Set Up

Please make sure you have the following settings configured on your camera before you start:

1. Camera Mode dial is set to "A" (aperture priority)

2. Camera EV dial is set to "0" before connecting to Arsenal 2.

3. If using a lens with a manual aperture ring set this to "A"

4. Set your Focus Area to Single Point

5. Set your AF Mode to Single Point

6. Set your Number of Focus Points to the highest number allowed (325 or 425 depending on your Fuji Model)

7. Set your S/C/M Switch to S mode

Next, look for the video associated with your camera. The steps are also transcribed below the video.

Fuji X-T2

Before you start configuring the settings. Check that your Fuji X-T2 is on firmware version 4.40 or higher.

Check your firmware version > power off your camera > press and hold the “Display/Back” button next to the LCD screen > turn the camera back on. You can release the “Display/Back” button when the Firmware screen appears.

Navigate to the Setup menu (wrench icon) > Connection Setting > Connection Mode > Select USB Tether Shooting Auto. On the body of the camera set the Drive Dial to “S.”

Fuji X-T3

Before you start configuring the settings. Check that your Fuji X-T3 is on firmware version 4.12 or higher.

To check your firmware version > power off your camera > press and hold the “Display/Back” button next to the LCD screen > turn the camera back on. You can release the “Display/Back” button when the Firmware screen appears.

Navigate to the Setup menu (wrench icon) > Connection Setting > Connection Mode > Select USB Tether Shooting Auto. On the body of the camera set the Drive Dial to “S.”

Fuji X-T4

Before you start configuring the settings. Check that your Fuji X-T4 is on firmware version 1.25 or higher. To check your firmware version > power off your camera > press and hold the “Display/Back” button next to the LCD screen > turn the camera back on. You can release the “Display/Back” button when the Firmware screen appears

Navigate to the Setup menu (wrench icon) > Connection Setting > Connection Mode > Select USB Tether Shooting Auto.

Navigate to the Setup menu (wrench icon) > Connection Setting > Connection Mode > Select USB Power OFF.

On the body of the camera:

Set > Drive Dial to “S.”

Set > “Still and Movie” dial is set to “Stills.

Fuji X-H1

Before you start configuring the settings. Check that your Fuji X-H1 is on firmware version 2.13 or higher.

Check your firmware version > power off your camera > press and hold the “Display/Back” button next to the LCD screen > turn the camera back on. You can release the “Display/Back” button when the Firmware screen appears. Upgrade the firmware if needed.

Navigate to the Setup menu (wrench icon) > Connection Setting > Connection Mode > Select USB Tether Shooting Auto.

On the body of the camera:

Set > Drive Dial to “S.”

Fuji X-Pro2

Before you start configuring the settings. Check that your Fuji X-Pro2 is on firmware version 5.10 or higher.

Check your firmware version > power off your camera > press and hold the “Display/Back” button next to the LCD screen > turn the camera back on. You can release the “Display/Back” button when the Firmware screen appears.

Navigate to the Setup menu (wrench icon) > Connection Setting > Connection Mode > Select USB Tether Shooting Auto.

General Tips

  • If possible, start with a blank memory card in your camera. This will improve the Arsenal 2 app's initial performance.

  • Fully charge your camera's battery. (Some cameras disable their USB port when the battery is low.)

Once you have checked the above and updated your Arsenal 2, you can open the app and click Connect. Now you're ready to start shooting with Arsenal 2!

Want to learn more? Check out some of our other support articles!


Troubleshooting Tips

Seeing "Camera not detected" in the app?

Check to make sure you have Sports Finder Mode turned off (Fuji X-T3 and Fuji X-T4 Only)

Trouble running an Exposure Bracket?

Please make sure your camera's EV step is set to 1/3 or 0.3 EV.

Receiving an error message when trying to focus through the app?

On your camera, check that your PRE-AF is set to: OFF

If you need any assistance our friendly support team is always happy to help!

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