Google Camera’s Night Sight actually improves daylight shots too

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Compared to standard photos, Night Sight shots have significantly better exposure but without the typical high ISO noise that we would normally expect.

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The update began rolling out yesterday, but some Pixel users might have to wait a couple of days before receiving the patch. Before the shutter button is pressed, the mode takes in to account your handshake and the amount of motion in the scene.

Night Sight may be wonderful when it comes to taking low-light pictures but it is not magic, so you'll still have to abide by the normal rules when taking pictures in dark environments. Now, you have to select "Night" option. Even Night Sight has its limits, though.

Night Sight is exactly what the Pixel 3 needed to really round out its photo toolkit. As while the software will look to offset against user and target movement, the more still the user and target remains during the process, the greater the results that can be expected. After you've updated the camera app, you can find the Night Sight mode in the "More" section.

KitGuru Says: Other manufacturers do have an equivalent, but none seem to be as intuitive as Night Sight.

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