Instead of capturing one bright and blurry photo, Night Sight captures an equal amount of light over a burst of many photos that are dark but sharp. It the handset is moving, it will take lesser time and will use shorter exposures, which in turn leads to less light capturing in the resulting image. When it comes down to it, Night Sight is positively groundbreaking, not just for mobile photography, but photography in general.
Last month, during the Pixel 3 series launch, Google showcased a new nifty Google Assistant feature that was able to screen the incoming call and let the owner know who and what the objective of the call without having to answer the phone.
Google put together a gallery of photos taken with Night Sight for their blog post about how it works.
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"Night Sight" is created to use machine learning to adapt to night-lighting conditions and balance the colour of the photos so that objects show their natural colour at night - whether the device is kept still or it experiences the natural hand shaking. That's equivalent to a dim room, but one in which you'd still be able to read a book.
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Finally, in what may have been the most hard challenge, I took a shot using the Pixel 3 and an iPhone XS of a pizza lit nearly exclusively by a single candle. 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.
Until yesterday, the best Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL deal you could find was Best Buy's Black Friday sale, which slashes $200 off the retail price, as long as you're willing to stay on Verizon for at least two years. There have also been a number of ports that bring this incredible feature to non-Pixel devices. Fortunately, it's not all doom and gloom, as Pixel users now have access to the firm's anticipated Night Sight mode.
Google says that it will release a software update in the coming weeks to address a Pixel 3 bug that causes buzzing at lower volumes. Google also does extensive tone-mapping, which makes the images pop a bit more and gives it that Pixel look.
Night Sight is exactly what the Pixel 3 needed to really round out its photo toolkit.
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