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Can you avoid using Photomatix if you camera has an HDR mode?
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Personally I believe that it's always best to process HDR yourself. Yes, the camera's HDR mode is nice, but it might be a better option to process it yourself.
On the other side though, the HDR might only be a filter, but I don't know.
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