'Night Sight' enhances the low-light capabilities of Google Pixel phones

'Night Sight' enhances the low-light capabilities of Google Pixel phones

While both the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL comes with front-firing stereo speakers, the stereo speakers on the Pixel 3 XL are offering imbalanced audio. If you can't find such an accomplice, it might be worth waiting for November 22 when Google will run another deal on the phones.

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If you use Night Sight during the day, and are willing to hold still after shutter press, you'll get the denoising and resolution improvements of Super Res Zoom, as shown in this landscape shot in Marin County, California. As the name implies, Night Sight is intended for use at night. It might take two or three seconds to take a photo in Night Sight mode. However, the processing technology behind Night Sight is not dependent on the latest hardware. You can read in detail about the working of Night Sight on Google's blog.

Night Sight is a prime example of where Google is going with its Pixel line in general. While that simply sounds a lot like the use of a longer exposure, that's not exactly the full story here as Night Sight is taking multiple frames and then merging them together to produce the single image end result. Now, the company has released the new software update to the predecessor.

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