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Angelica Greene
November 15, 2018

Today Google have announced that they are officially rolling it out to Pixel phones beginning today.

The feature will be coming to all three generations of Pixel phones this week, and the phones will automatically suggest using Night Sight in situations where lighting is low enough for it to make sense. The feature won't work exactly the same on Pixel 2 and Pixel as it does on Pixel 3.

Ever since the launch of Google Pixel 3 devices last month, there were various reports about bugs surfacing on the new devices.

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After you press the shutter, Night Sight captures between 15 frames of 1/15s each and 6 frames of 1 second each. In fact, the Pixel 3 XL prompted us many times to switch to Night Sight when it found the image could be better taken with its special mode. That means to get the best results, you really need to try to hold your phone as steady as possible. Either way, Night Sight takes a bit longer than standard photos to capture, but the results are worth it. To set a baseline, I started by taking two shots with the Pixel 3, one with Night Sight off and one with Night Sight on. Taking selfies and group selfies (thanks to the ultra-wide lens) in a really dark area can not get better. The Night Sight takes the place of Lens in Google Camera's revamped user interface.

Also, while I was up there, I made a decision to see if Night Sight could work in combination with Google's Super Res Zoom feature, and it seems it does. However, developers managed to enable the feature on several devices including the OnePlus 6T and Poco F1 using modified versions of the Google Camera app. Additionally, the first-generation Pixel also lacks optical image stabilization, so it has to use shorter exposures, which can further compromise the quality compared to more recent hardware. The colours in the Pixel 3's pic are brighter, it features better contrast, and despite a fair amount of noise in the dark background, everything else is just so much clearer.

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