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Google Rolls Out Night Sight Tech to Improve Quality of Low-Light Photos

Google Rolls Out Night Sight Tech to Improve Quality of Low-Light Photos

"Over the next few days, Night Sight will be coming to the front and rear cameras on all three generations of Pixel phones". Night Mode requires a light source to properly take advantage of its features, meaning that shooting in complete darkness won't yield good results. Whereas Samsung copes with low-light photography via an adjustable camera aperture, Google takes multiple images for each capture and stacks them.

Google has previously said Call Screening would come to the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL in November, but it didn't offer a more precise date.

Call screening in Google Assistant was unveiled alongside the Pixel 3 earlier this year and works the same way on that device. You can enter "Night Sight" by tapping this suggestion or manually navigating to the mode.

Once the Pixel 2's Phone app gets upgraded with the new feature, the "Call Screen" option will appear just above the "green phone" icon lights up during an incoming call. Accessing Night Sight is as easy as scrolling over to the More tab in Google's camera app and then tapping the icon for Night Sight.

Pixel 3 64GB-24 monthly payments of $24.99 ($200 off). For example, Google advises that those who are taking a photo of someone else should ensure the target person also stays still for a couple of seconds before and after the photo has been taken - shutter button pressed.

Got some Night Sight photos on my #Google #Pixel3 and God damnit!

After you select the "Call Screen", Google Assistant will take over the call and introduces itself to the person on the other side and questions him/her about the goal of the call. Night Sight leverages on Google's AI knowhow and combines it with the Pixel's HDR+ processing algorithms to boost the colours and brightness of photos that were taken in the dark. Night Sight is a bit out of the way.

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