Not a particularly good picture, but I was messing around with the in camera hdr today and it's quite an impressive little feature. It takes 3 shots and combines them to increase dynamic range - you can choose the level from 1 to 6 EV I think and it only works in jpeg. Here it's set to EV 3, first the original jpeg and then with the hdr: Quite a difference. I used 3 as 6 makes it look like an oil painting! It works best with static images, but also seems to be quite a good way to reduce motion blur in some cases, while in others it creates a ghosting effect where you get a double image of the moving person.