Arsenal Smart Camera Remote and Assistant for DSLR and Mirrorless Cameras

Don’t be satisfied with just controlling your camera with a phone? Take a look at Arsenal, the smart camera remote and assistant for DSLR and mirrorless cameras may be an ideal solution.

Arsenal Smart Camera Remote and Assistant

The Arsenal is an advanced and multi-purpose smart camera remote that weighs only 2 ounces (57 grams). As we can see from the images, the camera remote shows off an ultra compact, slim and low-profile appearance design, so you can easily attach it onto the hot shoe of your camera.

The smart camera remote supports dozens of mainstream DSLR and mirrorless cameras from Canon, Nikon, Sony, and Fujifilm. Using an included USB cable, you can easily connect the remote with your camera, and built-in Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi allow it to build a bridge between the remote and your camera.

Arsenal Smart Camera Remote and Assistant

The Arsenal features advanced machine learning algorithms trained on thousands of great photos, so it has the ability to determine the optimal settings for the scene you’re shooting, and based on 18 different factors, it fine tunes those settings in order to deliver a simple way to capture awesome photos.

Using advanced photo stacking techniques, the smart camera assistant helps you capture high-quality and highly detailed HDR photos without needing post-production. Furthermore, its focus stacking feature allows it to calculate the optimal number of exposures, merging them into a crystal clear image. Using the smart camera remote, you can effortlessly create long exposures, stunning timelapses, and its app allows you to review images on your smartphone or share your creations with others via social media.

The crowdfunding campaign for Arsenal is ongoing on Kickstarter. You can pledge $150 to preorder the smart camera assistant and remote. It would be shipped in June 2017 (estimated).

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