Google Pixel 3 vs Canon DSLR camera comparison - Can the best smartphone camera compete?
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Google Pixel 3 vs Canon DSLR camera comparison - Can the best smartphone camera compete?GOOGLE Pixel 3 has arguably the best smartphone camera currently on the market but can it match up to a professional DSLR? This test compares the two different cameras to see whether or not it can compete. Google Pixel smartphones have always been renowned for their amazing camera capabilities. While the phones may lack in certain areas, such as the design - see the garish Pixel 3 XL notch - it is hard to dispute their shooting prowess. Google Pixel differs to a lot of other smartphone makers and opts for just a single lens system, while other flagships such as the Huawei Mate 20 Pro has a triple-lens system and the latest Huawei P30 Pro, with its 50x zoom and rivalling low light performance.The phones comes with just a single 12.2-megapixel sensor on its rear with the American tech giant focusing on how it can utilise software to enhance the phone’s photography in multiple different scenarios. At the Pixel 3 launch, Google focused on how impressive the camera was in low-light, with the debut of an arguably flagship feature called Night Sight. This mode dramatically improves the lighting of an image to offer incredible imagery in scenarios that weren't previously possible. Google product manager Liza Ma insisted said the feature could even see the flash become redundant over time. She said: "Life's best moments aren't always perfectly lit: a party, a campfire with your friends, one last shot before the bar closes."Night Sight works so well you will never use your flash again."In extreme low-light we turn to machine learning to choose the right colours, based on the content of the image."Night Sight makes Pixel the best low-light smartphone camera."These are pretty huge claims but do they ring true in real world conditions?Express.co.uk recently put the Pixel up against the new Mate 20 Pro, which also comes with a Night Mode and an impressive 40-megapixel main, a 20-megapixel