The updated Google Camera on the latest Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL Was lauded by reviewers, and the announced Night Sight Style has especially impressed many Consumers.
The technology giant detailed the feature at its Pixel event in October, but has not rolled it out to Pixel mobiles yet. However, the APK variant is available for Pixel show users to receive a taste of what the Night Sight mode attracts. It brightens up a low-light shot without using flash, while retaining sufficient detail.
XDA Developer reports that programmer Arnova8G2 has managed to bring Night Sight style to the OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T, and this software works much better than the default camera app’s Nightscape mode too. The Nightscape style is specifically designed to help users capture low-light shots with improved clarity, less noise, and much more accurate color reproduction in addition to a better dynamic range than what was available through the default camera app previously. However, with the picture comparisons supplied by XDA, it seems that the Nightscape style on the OnePlus 6 underperforms considerably compared to the Night Sight style on the OnePlus 6.
To gain in more light during low-light states, Night Sight takes up to 15 frames using a reasonably slow shutter to supply you with an effective exposure to about five minutes.
In our camera comparison review, we tried it on the Pixel 2 XL and Pixel 3 XL, and the results were rather remarkable. Depending on the total amount of light, it takes approximately three to four seconds to complete capturing all the frames, although this might be improved after the final version is out. Even though it’s impossible to remain absolutely still for so long when shooting handheld, the last shot was sharp and extremely detailed compared to the one shot without Night Sight.
You can download the Google Camera with Night Sight interface for the OnePlus 6 here along with the OnePlus 6There.
In the same way, the Razer Phone 2 also generates much better photographs using the flashed Google Camera app. B-S-G developed the Google Camera port for your Xiaomi Mi 8, and it seems to work for the Razer Telephone 2 as well – XDA Developers accounts . You can download the interface from here.
This only goes to show that hardware is not the only important component for photography. Software improvements are equally and maybe more important, something that Google very well understands. Therefore, it targets the Camera app improvements, and has not added dual lenses, even on the Pixel 3 string, just to keep up with the trend.