Google Camera brings new Faster Night Sight feature to Pixel 6 series

Google Camera Night Sight feature

Google Camera is finally bringing the Faster Night Sight feature to Pixel 6 series with the 8.8 version. After Pixel 7 lineup, it’s time for 6th gen device users to enjoy an impressive snap photography experience with the ultimate addition.

As noted, the Faster Night Sight feature in Google Camera came into existence with the Feature Drop update for Pixel 7 and 7 Pro devices. Thereafter, the company is pushing off the element to the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro devices to enhance the application performance.

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By the name, the Night Sight function helps to generate realistic images even under low-light scenarios. Eventually, it only needs half of the normal exposure time to produce beautiful low-light shots that are sharper and more crisp than before.

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The information hints that the company is rolling out this feature with the Google Camera build version. While it is not present on the Google Play Store yet, Pixel 6/ Pro device users can install it from the APK File.

Accordingly, when Pixel 6/Pro phone owners will switch to the Night Sight mode on the camera application, they will observe a circular icon on the bottom-right side. As soon as you will tap on its icon, a slide bar ranging between 2 to 6 seconds will appear on the screen.

Google Camera Night Sight feature

Hence, as per your requirement and shooting scenarios, you can raise or reduce the alteration between 2-6 seconds. As a result of this feature, you will observe improved and high image quality outcomes.

In addition to these tweaks, the latest camera app version also brings some bug fixes and general improvements to improve the overall functioning of the application. You can read the changelog points, below.

  • Material You: Experience a new interface with dynamic colors and components from Google’s Material You design system
  • General bug fixes and improvements

We expect that the company will bring this interesting feature to other Android devices in the coming Google Camera app builds.

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