We are only at the beginning of what computational photography will bring. It how they produce pictures with artificial bokeh and other effects due to being able to calculate depth by using information from the multiple cameras and sensors that adorn most modern high end phones. This mode takes up to 50 images, and again amplifies the light based up on them, but also performs some clever noise reduction, which I will come to in just a moment.
But those subtle movements that you make while trying to handhold the device as steadily as you can are actually the secret sauce behind how Hydra works its magic. Lo-light mode even takes advantage of the low light capabilities of the i Phone 11, and so in combination should make some pretty amazing results. I wonder if there was a way that….