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The camera on the Pixel 3 and 3 XL is already incredible, but with Google’s latest update it gets even better. Launched as Night Sight, Google first advertise the feature during the Pixel 3’s original launch in October. The update lets you take better low-light pictures without a harsh, unnatural flash. Resulting in that you can capture a clear photo everything at night.

On the other hand, Pixel’s camera is designed to help you capture life’s best moments effortlessly. It has features like HDR+, Portrait mode, Top Shot, and Super Res Zoom. So, Pixel 3 uses such feature to give stunning, creative and even professional photos. All you need to do is press the shutter button.

How It Works

Night Sight continuously adapts to situation and the environment, whether you’re holding Pixel or supporting it on a steady surface. Before pressing the shutter button, this feature measures natural hand shake, as well as how much motion is in the scene. If Pixel is stable and the scene is still, Night Sight will spend more time capturing light to minimize noise. But if Pixel is moving or there’s significant scene motion, Night Sight will use shorter exposures, capturing less light to minimize motion blur.

This is a new feature of the Pixel Camera app that allows having sharp, clean photographs in very low light, even in light so dim you can’t see much with your own eyes. It works on the main and selfie cameras of all three generations of Pixel phones, and does not require a tripod or flash.

Night Sight is especially designed to capture true-to-life photos, adapting to the various lighting conditions you’ll see at night. It uses the machine learning, Night Sight balances the color of the photo, so that objects show their natural color at night. If you’re taking a photo in low light, Pixel will suggest using Night Sight. You can use Night Sight by tapping this suggestion or manually navigating to the mode. After you tap the shutter button, try to hold still until Night Sight finishes capturing the photo.

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