Google's Night Sight is Blowing Minds: Shoot Photos in Near Darkness

Google's Night Sight is Blowing Minds: Shoot Photos in Near Darkness

Google's Night Sight is Blowing Minds: Shoot Photos in Near Darkness

Black Friday may be a week away, but Google is already running a tempting deal on the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL that could save up to 50-percent on the Android smartphones. But with Night Sight, the Pixel camera is able to intelligently make those dark, grainy, and crappy photos less dark, grainy, and crappy.

To avoid going into too much detail on how photography works and why it's hard to take pictures when it's dark, we'll put it simply: good photographs require light. With Night Sight, Google extends the capture time to gather more data about the scene.

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Here are a handful of additional Night Sight comparisons. Evidently, it's now clear that Google has opted to make the feature available to all Pixel phones, although it's worth noting owners of the original Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones should expect shorter exposures overall, due to that generation's lack of optical image stabilization. But by ordering them from Google, you get to use the phones with any carrier you want. While the Pixel 3 XL speakers are certainly louder, the users are noticing a difference in the volume output from the speakers. "All you need to do is press the shutter button".

So um, Google Night Sight is pretty mind-blowing.

Google is rolling out the update that includes Night Sight to Pixel phones right now.

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