nightscape


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night·scape

 (nīt′skāp′)
n.
1. A painting or other representation of a night scene.
2. A place or scene at night: "Some can remember the war only in flashes, like a nightscape lit by lightning" (Andrew Ward).
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Nightscape mode optimizes camera performance in low-lit environments while the Chroma Boost uses AI technology to identify objects, optimize photos and improve overall detail and dynamic range.
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