The majority of phones out there use electronic image stabilization (EIS) for video. This includes cameras which have hardware optical image stabilization (OIS). Google’s Pixel 2 takes things to a new level by combining EIS with OIS to produce incredible handheld stabilized video.

This is made possible by Google’s machine-learned algorithms gained by the vast amount of data Google assimilates.

Movement info is obtained from the OIS and gyroscope in the Pixel 2. Then, Pixel 2 filters frames from the video into a queue for machine-learned analyzation to predict how the camera will move next.

This system allows for correction of many types of motion, from wobbling to rolling shutter to focus hunting. When the Pixel 2 is moved very quickly, virtual motion is used to compensate for strong variations in sharpness.

Take a look at the video comparing both EIS and OIS off to both EIS and OIS on. The difference is simply staggering.

Google Pixel 2 combines EIS OIS and machine learning to produce incredible video stabilizationhttp://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/20171016-pixel-2-camera-components-01-450x265.jpghttp://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/20171016-pixel-2-camera-components-01-150x150.jpg Damian Parsons CamerasGoogleTech
The majority of phones out there use electronic image stabilization (EIS) for video. This includes cameras which have hardware optical image stabilization (OIS). Google's Pixel 2 takes things to a new level by combining EIS with OIS to produce incredible handheld stabilized video. This is made possible by Google's machine-learned algorithms...
The majority of phones out there use electronic image stabilization (EIS) for video. This includes cameras which have hardware optical image stabilization (OIS). Google's Pixel 2 takes things to a new level by combining EIS with OIS to produce incredible handheld stabilized video.<span id="more-12319"></span> This is made possible by Google's machine-learned algorithms gained by the vast amount of data Google assimilates. Movement info is obtained from the OIS and gyroscope in the Pixel 2. Then, Pixel 2 filters frames from the video into a queue for machine-learned analyzation to predict how the camera will move next. This system allows for correction of many types of motion, from wobbling to rolling shutter to focus hunting. When the Pixel 2 is moved very quickly, virtual motion is used to compensate for strong variations in sharpness. https://youtu.be/iimWFaGLuKI Take a look at the video comparing both EIS and OIS off to both EIS and OIS on. The difference is simply staggering.



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