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Dalby
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My Pocket 2 has not seen as much use as I would have liked until now, but are now ramping up the usage... And to my surprise there is no HDR photo mode(for this post lets just skip over the... questionable HDR video mode).

DJI: Can you say if this is a feature that is being considered? Also very useful would be HDR Pano and HDR time/motionlapse modes. Would you consider adding those?

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2-17 07:58
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Hello there Dalby. Thank you for reaching out and for posting your valued insights with regards to this matter. As of the moment we do not have any information on DJI's future updates for the DJI Pocket 2 and for the DJI Mimo application. Kindly please stay tuned to the latest news, events and updates by following us on social media ( Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DJI , Twitter: https://twitter.com/djiglobal , YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/djiinnovations ) for further details. In addition, I will cascade this thread to the designated DJI Department for further attention. Thank you.
2-17 19:27
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Andy Uk
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Configurable AEB for Stills and Pano would be better than a HDR fudge. It's always better to use AEB then create the HDR to your taste in post using Lightroom or Similar.  In-camera HDR is a lossy process and gives inferior results.  

HDR/AEB for timelapse motionlapse would be very diffcult to implement and process.  To do correctly  this would generate a massive amount of individual files and would need a lot of processing to generate the end video.  Not something that would be done in camera or using an App on a Smartphone platform.
2-18 08:29
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Dalby
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Andy Uk Posted at 2-18 08:29
Configurable AEB for Stills and Pano would be better than a HDR fudge. It's always better to use AEB then create the HDR to your taste in post using Lightroom or Similar.  In-camera HDR is a lossy process and gives inferior results.  

HDR/AEB for timelapse motionlapse would be very diffcult to implement and process.  To do correctly  this would generate a massive amount of individual files and would need a lot of processing to generate the end video.  Not something that would be done in camera or using an App on a Smartphone platform.

Thank you for the reply Andy.

I am already well aware of those (dis)advantages to in-camera vs AEB HDRs.

For me and many, many other people in camera HDR is enough 95% of the time and spares much more time. And for the final 5% one can always go the AEB way when the time is sufficient or the in-camera result isn’t good enough.
2-18 09:03
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