Night mode has become one of the most important tools on smartphones today, allowing mobile cameras to get better results in low light conditions. Many brands have been aboard the trend over the past year or so and now it looks Motorola is next in line.
XDA-Developers has evidence from a so-called Night Vision for the Moto G7 Plus one coming Motorola One Vision. The name strongly suggests we look at a night mode as seen on other devices, but we don't know any more about this feature.
Low-level modes are not new to smartphones, as we have previously seen handheld modes on phones. But today's nightmothers use smart image stacking for better results, while top players also use machine learning and / or pixel binning in the mixture. Hopefully Motorola's Night Vision is not just a token effort.
XDA suggests that Night Vision is different from the long exposure it previously discovered. It is unclear how the two will differ, but some phones offer a way to create light routes and silky water effects with long exposure. So it looks like Motorola can offer a similar feature with its own long exposure mode.
The exhaust also discovered references to portrait-relative effects, which gave Motorola users a few extra effects for portrait mode shots. It sounds similar to Apple's portrait lighting feature, which has since been (poorly) affected by other brands. Motorola's bonds are said to include Color Pop, Sunshine, Studio, Noir, Side and Stage effects.
We are pleased to see Motorola continue to flesh it out camera program Nevertheless, over the past year he has provided features such as a spot color mode, cinemagraphs and portrait clippings (the wallpaper in a portrait photo).