How to Get Working Night Sight Mode from Pixel 3 on OnePlus 6T
Talking about the Google Camera mod from the Google Pixel 3 brought to OnePlus 6T, some features such as the HDR+ and Night Sight mode were not working in previous versions. That’s far from pleasant for the device’s users. To tell you the truth, one of the things we didn’t know about the Pixel 3 before its launch were some of its camera features. Google Camera‘s new Night Sight mode is yet to be released officially, but a version of the application is already there, with the functionality enabled.
The feature was brought to life on the Pixel 3, Pixel 2, and Pixel and you can also get a fully working Night Sight Mode from Pixel 3 on your OnePlus 6T smartphone too. Your handset might have indeed recently received a stable port of the Google Camera app, but it didn’t include this features.
Now, this is possible as long as the last update to the Mod includes the options for modes that were not working for your device, so you have one more reason to love your device! Yes, I know that your smartphone ships with Nightscape Mode, a feature similar to Night Sight, but it is not as good as this one. Night Sight is the only one that lets you take pictures in almost any lighting.
Many have compared the feature to the night mode on the Huawei P20 and Mate 20 phones as long as it makes handheld long exposure shots feasible and they are not at all making a mistake. That’s pretty much what you are getting, not to mention how interesting is to see how OnePlus’ in-house HDR algorithm performing alongside Google Cameras.
So, how to get the Night Sight Mode from Pixel 3 on your OnePlus 6T? Just grab the Google Camera Port with Night Sight for your OnePlus 6T and remember to enable Install unknown apps permission for your browser.
Even if you don’t enable this setting from the start, you’ll be asked to do so at the time of installation, so there is no way to go around it. Then, to enable Night Sight, all you need to do is swipe to the settings options and select Night.