Google just dropped the most recent Pixel Feature Drop and there’s more stuff to look at than we anticipated. Yet, in case you’re gung-ho about the camera — a decent possibility assuming you picked a Pixel over some other phone — you’ll be happy to discover that one of the reported features, animated astrophotography, is now making it to Pixels.
It’s showing up with the Google Camera 8.2.400 update (by means of XDA Developers) that is presently carrying out on the Google Play Store. In the event that you’ve effectively got the update, head over to Advanced settings and toggle Enable time lapse for astrophotography.
Once enabled, you’ll need to put your Pixel on a tripod and wait until the shutter changes from moons to stars. You will not need to follow any extra steps to take a timelapse. Google will deal with both a picture and a timelapse simultaneously. In spite of the fact that, you’ll need to give it at any rate 2.5 minutes — the more you stand by, the better the picture and the more extended the timelapse.
In the event that you haven’t got the update, you can take a stab at sideloading the Google Camera application through APK Mirror. It turned out only great for AP’s Scott and Rita who utilize a Pixel 5.
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