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Google researcher Florian Kainz has developed an Android app that is said to help Android users take clear photos even when the conditions are less than ideal.

Google researcher Florian Kainz has developed an Android app that is said to help Android users take clear photos even when the conditions are less than ideal.

The app allows the user to manually control such camera features are focus, exposure, and ISO. Kainz App combines this with burst photography with allows the user to shoot in bursts of up to 64 photos. Bursting results are merged to remove imperfections and clear up the image for better photos.


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The app is still in developmental stages and may be released just in time for the latest Pixel smartphones. Get ready, Night-Time Selfies are on the way.





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