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Revolutionary Google Camera feature 'Night Sight' rolling out to all Pixel devices

15 November 2018 4

Google Pixel cameras are known to be the leading in the current smartphone market standing strong against the top contenders, that utilizes the post-processing technology to create amazingly realistic photos. At the recent Pixel launch event, Google introduced the ‘Night Shot’ feature that enables you to take amazing photos even in low-light conditions without a flashlight. The feature is now rolling out to all the Pixel phones.


By adapting with the environment in the photo, the Night Shot feature controls the exposure it needs to give to get the most out of the scene. In case there is motion in the pixels, it would minimize the light capturing so that it captures the least motion blur and vice-versa. In case it senses a subject moving while the shot was captured, it processes the image to get the least effect of movement.

Contrary to capture a single bright photo which might get blurry, Night Shot features takes a burst of photos that are sharp but might get dark due to low light. Then by merging those shots together it gets the best out of them, brightens up the image giving a sharp and bright photo as a result of it. As per Google, the Night Sight feature gives ‘true to life’ photos adapting to the low light conditions.

Have you tried it out yet? Let us know in the comment section below.


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Revolutionary Google Camera feature 'Night Sight' rolling out to all Pixel devices
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NadimShaukat
NadimShaukat

The screen flickering issue in the Google Pixel 3 is one of the major ones seen in Google devices. Other bugs like the audio issue at least allowed you using the phone. But not this one this time.

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