In recent months, we've learned so much about updating the camera in Google Pixel 4, including a glimpse into the existence of a Pixel Neural Core. We've now learned that Google Pixel 4 offers Dual Exposure Camera Controls that let you capture the perfect shot regardless of the lighting.
With the new version of Night Sight, Google Pixel 4 will mark another big step forward in smartphone photography impressive astrophotography.
One of the key principles of the Google Camera app was to make it easy to use. However, Google rarely added new manual controls, but opted for new modes. Recently, the Google Camera app removed the manual white balance controls.
The Pixel 4 is set to somewhat suppress this trend. A second slider has been added to handle the double exposure "Manipulate the lights and shadows" in your image separately, so you can take pictures in bright sunlight, capturing the moment in detail.
We received a promotional video demonstrating the control of the double exposure camera in action. Try it!
As you can see above, you can first darken the base light of your shot with the upper, sun-shaped slider. Then use the second slider to get better shading. Take a look at these three images from our gallery of official Pixel 4 camera examples to see what double-exposure mode can do to offset the blazing sky or create sharp silhouettes.
Elsewhere in Pixel 4 News, our team uncovered similar videos from the "New Google Assistant" and Face Unlock in action. The October 1
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Dylan Roussel contributed to this article.