Google has rolled out an update for the Pixel Camera, which now allows the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro users to record longer videos at night with the Night Sight Timelapse feature. A 5-minute 1080p or 20-minute 4K video will give you a 10-second timelapse in Night Sight mode.
The update also lets users customize the "Palm timer" to "Always on" or "Only on when 3 or 10 sec timer is on". Moreover, there's now a separate toggle for the Ultra HDR photos in the "Advanced" settings menu.
These features are rolled out by Google with v9.2 of the Pixel Camera app, and if you haven't got it yet by updating the app from the Google Play Store, you can try sideloading the Pixel Camera on your smartphone.
to get perfect results. prepare phone coolers, a wall socket or powerbank, and don't forget to crank down the brightness as low as possible. doing timelapses could obliterate amoled display.
That part makes sense. The part that frustrates me is that Google has so much power to make software changes affecting all Android phones and almost all web browsers, and these changes are nearly universally detrimental.
Makes sense. It's the same with Apple.