It's limited by the JPEG output, which is heavily effected by the picture style and wb used. It's auto align feature works well for handheld HDR's but needs to be turned off for tripod / serious work. It works well for images with back lit foliage, which would be a royal PITA to correct with multiple exposure blends.Hobby Shooter said:
It's a pity that this HDR option can't output as a composited RAW. That would be nice.
For a gen I feature, it's not half bad. Lots of room for improvement and maturing.