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Google's Pixel 4 camera could have dual exposure camera controls

By Koh Wanzi - on 4 Oct 2019, 1:54pm

Google's Pixel 4 camera could have dual exposure camera controls

Image Source: GenK

The Pixel 4 leaks are just not stopping. According to 9to5Google, the Pixel 4 camera will offer dual exposure camera controls to help you take a better shot, in addition to the previously leaked Pixel Neural Core.

Google's camera app has traditionally been pretty simple to use, with few manual controls to let you tweak your photo. Most of the processing usually happens automatically and behind the scenes, but the Pixel 4 may be switching that up slightly with the addition of a second slider for dual exposure controls. This means the ability to separately manipulate highlights and shadows, in this way preserving detail in both dark and bright areas.

On top of that, the website managed to obtain what are supposedly official sample pictures shot on the Pixel 4 that appear to show the feature at work.

Image Source: 9to5Google

Among the images obtained are also pictures that show off the Pixel 4's astrophotography mode, which are pretty impressive, to say the least. The Pixel 4 is supposed to be able to take shots of star-studded skies and the Milky Way, and you can view a couple of the images below in full resolution.

Click to view full-sized image. (Image Source: 9to5Google)

Click to view full-sized image. (Image Source: 9to5Google)

Google will officially reveal the Pixel 4 on 15 October. At this rate though, we'll be going to New York City knowing full well what the phone offers. 

Source: 9to5Google

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