Arsenal’s timelapse functions make it easy to capture a series of shots over a specified period of time. Arsenal offers a number of options like SmartLapse, SmartLapse with Custom Intervals (Auto), Holy Grail, and full manual control in Basic Timelapse.
How it works
Depending on which type of timelapse you’d like to run you will use the following radio buttons to make your selections.
Arsenal's SmartLapse manages exposure settings, the number of shots, and the intervals between shots, all you have to do is set up the shot and trigger it to start & stop.
If you would like more advanced features and options click “Custom”
You will then be presented with the following options.
“Fixed” setting allows you to select the interval, and number of shots for your timelapse.
Select “Slider” if you intend to use a timelapse slider. Use the slider to set your “Anticipated Number of Shots.”
If you scroll down in the app you will see the more advanced options for the Holy Grail Timelapse and Basic Timelapse features.
Holy Grail Timelapse
Holy Grail mode uses our auto-exposure model to adjust exposure settings within ranges and priorities you define.
Use the sliders to set the ranges for EV, Shutterspeed, Aperture, and ISO. Arsenal will shoot the timelapse to stay within these ranges.
On this screen you can select “Prioritize” to drag and drop which items you would like Arsenal to prioritize first.
This mode gives you full manual control of your EV, Shutterspeed, Aperture, and ISO settings while the timelapse is shooting.
Features and Capabilities
See a live preview of your timelapse wirelessly on your phone.
Remotely focus your camera’s autofocus lens. You can select a single focus point, multiple points to get in focus, or tell Arsenal to optimize focus for the entire scene.
Run Time Calculation
See how long it will take to capture your timelapse based on your selected interval and number of shots.
Play Time Calculation
Know how long it will take to play back your finished timelapse at a frame rate of 24 frames per second.
Set and adjust exposure compensation, shutter speed, aperture, and/or light sensitivity (ISO).
Start and stop your timelapse wirelessly from your smartphone.
Watch a high-definition (1080p) preview video of your timelapse while it is being captured.
Share or Save your Timelapse
Click on the thumbnail in the lower right-hand corner to access the gallery. Click on the image that shows a “clock movie icon” in the lower-left corner to view and share your created “Smartlapse.” Click the share button to save or share your video to social media.
For a step-by-step guide on capturing timelapses with Arsenal, check out: