Google Pixel 3 users now report about the display flickering issue

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

The pre-Black Friday deal on the flagship Pixel 3, which launched a little over a fortnight ago in the United Kingdom, will set you back £48 a month.

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

Night Sight makes it possible to take low-light pictures without having to use flash, or even a tripod for that matter.

Google says Night Sight constantly adapts to you and the environment, such as measuring your natural hand shake, as well as how much motion is in the scene. Fortunately, it's not all doom and gloom, as Pixel users now have access to the firm's anticipated Night Sight mode.

Google Pixel 3 released at the start of the month and boasts a cavalcade of flagship features that make it appealing for Android enthusiasts.

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

Do you have any experience with the Google Pixel 3 and its Night Sight technology?

Of course, you do need to be in the market for a pair of news smartphones. Though, Google has said that it will work better with Pixel 3 series as it is compatible with its learning based white balancer.

According to Google, most phone cameras that don't use multiple frames begin to struggle around 30 lux of brightness. As while the software will look to offset against user and target movement, the more still the user and target remains during the process, the greater the results that can be expected.

However, Night Sight changes all that, and thanks to Google flexing its computational photography skills, the Pixel 3 is now capable of capturing some incredible low-light pics.

Google is rolling out the update that includes Night Sight to Pixel phones right now. This is all the more impressive when you consider Night Sight is backwards-compatible with the company's smartphones dating back to 2016.

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