Google Camera 8.7 update brings double-tap zoom, Max Night Sight and more [Pixel 7]

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Google recently introduced its new smartphone lineup for users with a bulk of new system components to surprise Pixel rivals in the market. And one of the most noticeable aspects is the Google Camera 8.7 build,  which is packed with non-other than the Pixel 7.

The Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro offer amazing new Camera features just as Double-tap action, Frequent Faces, focus lock, and icon tweaks, and the Night Sight offer max. However, the articles will turn about all these features, so let’s begins.

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    • Double-tap action: The feature is spotted on the Gestures under the Settings of your camera. Under the Double tap menu feature, you will find the three alternative options which include Zoom, Switch Camera, or Off. In the meantime, this feature is only available in the Pixel 7 smartphone and but it can be expanded to other devices in the coming day.
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    • Frequent Faces: Available in the Camera Top Shot, it prioritizes the people you shoot most.” Additionally, it ought to aid the camera in recommending the best pictures and showing real skin tones.
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    • Night Sight offer max: This feature show you the time available changes depending on the brightness level under the ranges between 2-3 and 3-5 seconds. On the other hand, the Max should be up to 6 seconds.Google Camera 8.7

Additionally, a holly new feature that was spotted in the Pixel 7 camera is the Cinematic Blur,  and this feature helps you to perform incredible quality of your videos, you can create more dramatic videos with this. The main component of the Cinematic blur is to keep your subject in focus and blurs the background for a dramatic effect.

All these features are available in the Google Pixel 7 lineup Camera 8.7 version and the company may soon expand it to other smartphone users also. But the company hasn’t given any official words about it.