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Here's the best Black Friday deals on Google Home Hub, Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, Chromecast and 4K Ultra dongles. Night Mode requires a light source to properly take advantage of its features, meaning that shooting in complete darkness won't yield good results.

The method in which Huawei achieves such impressive enhancements in low-light photography with its Night Mode is similar to what Google is doing with Night Sight.

So, how much do you have to pay for all this? The update is rolling out to all Pixel devices as of now, but the Search giant has said that the new feature will work best in the Pixel 3 series. We've been testing it on the Pixel1, 2 and 3 and here's what the final images look like.

Here are a handful of additional Night Sight comparisons.

Google Rolls Out Night Sight Tech to Improve Quality of Low-Light Photos
Google's 'Night Sight' Photo Mode Rolling Out to Pixel Phones Today

The feature will be coming to all three generations of Pixel phones this week, and the phones will automatically suggest using Night Sight in situations where lighting is low enough for it to make sense. "All you need to do is press the shutter button".

According to Google, most phone cameras that don't use multiple frames begin to struggle around 30 lux of brightness. That might involve finding a friend also looking to upgrade to the Pixel 3 and plotting to share the promotion with them.

Google has partnered with B2X, a customer care service provider, to provide doorstep after sales services for Pixel devices in India. Check out the sample shots on Google's blog for some great examples of why.

While this mode will help Google further secure the title of "best camera" from many outlets, the firm is keen to emphasise that this is not always a solution. Google is changing that with Night Sight, a Pixel-exclusive feature that will absolutely blow your mind.

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