"Night Sight is a new feature of the Pixel Camera app that lets you take sharp, clean photographs in very low light, even in light so dim you can't see much with your own eyes", Google writes. You can control the Chromecast-powered television with just phone, or via a voice commands should you also have a connected Google Home.
Night Sight can take an image that might otherwise have been too dim and turn it into something that looks not just passable but nice.
Tech reviewer Marques Brownlee has been testing Night Sight.
Night Sight is somewhat of a revolutionary smartphone camera feature as its sole objective is to ensure shots taken in less than ideal lighting conditions are better than they would be in the absence of Night Sight.
It's unclear from the reports how quickly Google is rolling out the update, but it appears to have been started and can take several days to complete. You can enter "Night Sight" by tapping this suggestion or manually navigating to the mode. In fact, when a user finds themselves attempting to take a photo in less than ideal lighting conditions, the app itself will prompt the user to turn on Night Sight for better results. That might involve finding a friend also looking to upgrade to the Pixel 3 and plotting to share the promotion with them. Since the algorithms capture multiple pictures in burst mode, when something in the frame is moving, the Night Sight mode produces a motion blur effect on the picture rather than improve quality. Check out the sample shots on Google's blog for some great examples of why.
Google's 2018 flagship smartphones are serious contenders to the iPhone XS series and Samsung Galaxy Note 9 even having a single rear camera setup.
So um, Google Night Sight is pretty mind-blowing.
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