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

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Google has confirmed to bring the Call Screen feature even to the first generation Pixel and Pixel XL later this month. Although the Pixel 3 in particular has gained critical acclaim for its proficiency in dimly lit photography, reports across the internet are praising Night Sight for its detail and colour accuracy, while minimising motion blur through shortened exposure. You can mix and match, too - two Pixel 3, two Pixel 3 XL, or a Pixel 3 XL and a Pixel 3 - but it'll be the cheaper of the two devices that is discounted.

It's unclear from the reports how quickly Google is rolling out the update, but it appears to have been started and can take several days to complete. Differently, to say how a flash physically adds light to a scene, Night Sight does not require a flash or even look to emulate one to improve the lighting. However, Night Sight can also do wonders for photos taken in daylight.

Tech reviewer Marques Brownlee has been testing Night Sight. What do you think of Google's Night Sight? In the meantime, check out some Night Sight photos below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

Night Sight is a prime example of where Google is going with its Pixel line in general. The caption explains how Night Sight in the Google Camera improves daytime photos as well. Night Sight will also appear when the phone detects that you're taking pictures in low-light conditions and a pop-up will appear right above the shutter button so you do not have to manually turn them on every time. However, if the newly released Home Hub doesn't catch your eyes, this deal might not sound that lucrative to you.

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