Google researcher and scientist Florian Kainz has developed an Android application that could help the camera of Android devices bring better results in night shots.

Challenged by his team, he has created an experimental application that helps Android users take sharper pictures and less noise, even in conditions far from ideal.

“When the shutter button is pressed, the application waits a few seconds and writes up to 64 frames with the selected settings. The application saves the raw frames captured from the sensor as DNG files, which can later be transferred to a PC for processing, “says Googler.

The app even gives users a manual control over focus, exposure and ISO, all the details that help photographers allow more light to enter the lens.

In the tests of Google Pixel (below) and Nexus 6P (above), the results were impressive for a smartphone camera. See below:

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