Posting Some Photos from Pixel 2
Hello, Pixel fans!
Earlier this week we announced the all-new Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL with the world’s best smartphone camera — again. If you missed it yesterday, check out Mario introducing our new phones here (go to 1:18:00 to jump straight to the camera).
We showed a few photos taken on Pixel 2 during the keynote, and we know some our our most enthusiastic fans will want to see them up close for themselves. Go ahead — take a look at some of our favorite unedited Pixel 2 photos and videos. There are also two videos edited to show side-by-side comparisons of video stabilization.
Our #teampixel community has taken incredible photos with our first Pixel, and I can’t wait to see what you do with the Pixel 2 when you get your hands on one.
For now, let me know what you’re most excited to see in our new camera. :-)
Product Manager, Camera
PS. Keep an eye out for some tech-talk from us about Portrait in a couple weeks.
PPS. Since some of you are asking -- No equipment was used for these shots except hand grips (especially to hold two phones perfectly side-by-side for the stabilization comparisons) and, for some shots, hand-held reflectors.
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