Hallo all,.... I am back with more questions. In relation to a Sony NEX, how far behind if GX1's High Dynamic Range capability? And if compared to cameras like V1, J1, is Panny GX1 better in this area. Ok straight to my questions, how do you capture HDR with GX1? Assuming that you are going to perform some photoshop on the photo and only single shot taken (not using bracketing approach) 1. Adjust a compromised exposure? The best balance between shadows and sky highlights? 2. Or you underexpose the picture at the shadow? This will give blur details and noise when we use photoshop to increase the highlight at shadows? 3. Or you overexposure, because it is easier to tone down over-exposed area? 4. Do you use the Intelligent Dynamic function and set to high? GX1's Intelligent Dynamic does not do as much as a NEX's HDR function. I am wondering if we use Intelligent Dynamic, how does the camera work? Is the camera automatically captures 3 shots, then the JPEG brain combines the files?