The biggest change in this new release is obviously the new UI, but we’ve already gone over this change in-depth in a previous article. Apart from the new UI, I did notice that the new app version has renamed “camera coaching” as “framing hints” and has added the new “social share” feature. We first detailed Social Share in a recent Pixel 4 leak, but basically this feature lets you quickly share a photo to a social/messaging app of your choice. All you have to do is swipe up on the preview of the picture you recently took and then select one of the apps from the options that appear (up to 3 of your choice.)
The framing hints simply help you take better photos by making recommendations when you aren’t holding your phone properly. For example, it’ll tell you when you should reposition your angle when taking a selfie. I noticed this when I switched to the front camera on the Pixel 3 XL, and Google Camera 7.0 immediately told me to raise the camera up for a better angle since I was holding my phone at chest level. You can update your google camera here.
• HDR+ – Take pictures using HDR+ to capture fantastic photos, especially in low-light or backlit scenes.
• Night Sight – You’ll never want to use your flash again. Night Sight brings out all the best details and colors that get lost in the dark.
• Super Res Zoom – Super Res Zoom keeps your pictures sharp when you zoom in—without the blur.
• Top Shot – Pick the perfect moment with Top Shot. Automatically recommends the best pics, where no one is blinking and everything looks just right.
• Portrait – Add elegant background blur (bokeh) to pictures. Google Photos can also make the subject of your photo pop by leaving them in color, while changing the background to black and white.
• Google Lens Suggestions – Just point your camera at contact info, URLs, and barcodes, and it’ll automatically suggest things to do like calling the number, or sending an email.
• Playground – Have fun mixing the real world with the virtual through AR stickers and effects!
Requirements – The latest version of Google Camera only works on Pixel phones on Android 10 and above. Some features are not available on all devices.
• Camera: Required in order to capture pictures and videos.
• Microphone: Required in order to record audio with every video.
• Storage: Required in order to save picture and videos.
• Location: Required if you
would like to record location information with your pictures and videos.
pic courtesy : google play store