Google Camera’s Night Sight actually improves daylight shots too

Posted November 19, 2018

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Night Sight is a new feature on the 2018 Pixel phones that improves low light performance.

Google put together a gallery of photos taken with Night Sight for their blog post about how it works.

Pixel 3 & Pixel 3 XL
Pixel 3 & Pixel 3 XL

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Google Pixel 3 released at the start of the month and boasts a cavalcade of flagship features that make it appealing for Android enthusiasts. The Mate 20 series has it, even a number of the newer Honor phones has Night Mode too and the results in terms of enhancing images taken in low light are pretty much the same as what Google achieved with Night Sight.

KitGuru Says: Other manufacturers do have an equivalent, but none seem to be as intuitive as Night Sight. While the Pixel 3 XL speakers are certainly louder, the users are noticing a difference in the volume output from the speakers. But by ordering them from Google, you get to use the phones with any carrier you want. 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. That's why this video about Google Pixel's Night Sight completely caught my attention. While many users indicate that this could be a hardware issue, a Google representative has confirmed that this phenomenon will be fixed via a software update in the coming weeks. This is all the more impressive when you consider Night Sight is backwards-compatible with the company's smartphones dating back to 2016.