- Term: In-Camera HDR
Description: In-camera HDR (high dynamic range) is a feature some modern cameras have that combines multiple exposures in-camera to create an image that displays more dynamic range than a single exposure can. This means that it will contain detail in both the brightest and darkest areas where a single exposure would require a compromise and detail would be lost. Most cameras create a JPG file as a final result, however, although many cameras with an in-camera HDR feature do capture the original raw frames so that you can also create the HDR in post-production.
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