The original Pixel and Pixel XL have fantastic camera capabilities. Not only does HDR+ make most still images look great, but both phones include Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS) to reduce shaky video. Despite being done entirely in software, the result is incredibly-smooth video that looks almost unreal.
Unfortunately, this feature has one major flaw – panning. During video recording, tilting your Pixel while keeping it in place resulted in sudden jumps, when the software would realize that you are purposefully changing the angle and not simply shaking the camera.
Fused Video Stabilization on the Pixel 2 fixes the original models’ ‘Terminator effect’ was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
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