Pixel 3 XL: Keep Focus on your Subject with Motion Auto Focus
The Pixel 2 XL device, released last year, was the best camera you could get on a smartphone and people all over the world discovered how amazing the Pixel line can be. However, the Pixel 3 XL camera is better, if that’s even possible. Is this the handset that you own too? This means that you know it better than anyone: a great camera can make your day a bit brighter.
Group selfies and photo booth enable you to widen the angel to include more people in selfies and your phone will automatically take a selfie when everyone is smiling. At the same time, Motion Auto Focus is such a nice surprise.
Sadly, Google used to disappoint its buyers with object tracking auto-focus, as Sony handsets have had this feature for a few years now. Now, Motion Auto Focus is Google’s take on the tech. Taking a photo or video of something that’s constantly moving normally leads to blurry shots. The Pixel 3 XL smartphone now has Motion Auto Focus, which means you can tap on an object and the camera will track the object, constantly adjusting the focus as it goes.
Like that, your images will always remain in focus even if the subject of your picture is moving around. This is particularly helpful if you are trying to take pictures of dogs in the street to send to various group chats. Or maybe you want to captyre the excitement of a race or a dance of your little ones. All these are possible now. Let me just show you how:
How to Keep Focus on your Subject with Motion Auto Focus:
- To activate this feature, all you have to do is to tap on the subject you want to follow before pressing the shutter button;
- Now, a white circle will appear on the subject and move around as needed.
Both simple and efficient, right? Have more questions about the procedure? Remember that I am here to help, so just let me know how I may assist you.