Google Camera 7.0 Update Includes Settings for Astrophotography

Google’s upcoming smartphone lineup includes Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. Some leaks and a source on XDA suggests that this lineup will have the inbuilt Google Camera 7.0 app. The app has various changes as well as offers entirely new options for the upcoming Pixel 4 lineup. The camera on the Google Pixel smartphones carries the Night Sight feature, it empowers users to capture photos in low-light situations.

The next iteration of the Google Camera app feature and upgrade to the Night Sight and adds a new Infinity focus mode. The infinity focus option is useful for astrophotography, which includes photographs of stars in the sky. Obviously, these features enhance the camera quality of the phones and take the photography experience to the next level. Google Camera 7.0 app coupled with the latest Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL push the limits of photography to produce incredible photos.

New Camera settings to capture Night sight photography

Google Camera UpdateBoth the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL devices sport triple camera settings on the backside. In which there will be a 12.2MP Sony IMX363 sensor with f/1.7 aperture and 16MP Sony IMX481 telephoto lens. The third sensor would be either a depth sensor or a spectral sensor and Pixel 4 will not sport a spectral sensor. Whereas both the devices feature an 8MP wide-angle selfie camera.

The latest Google Camera version carries some changes to the setting and offers convenient options. One example is now you can record videos quickly just by long-pressing the shutter button, release the button to stop recording.

Additionally, Settings includes new suggestions to help adjust the time-lapse speed. Camera Coaching mode provides the photography tips such as to use Night Sight for the dark background and if face detected then portrait mode. The upcoming Pixel 4 lineup will unveil in an event scheduled to be held on 15th October.

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