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Comment Re:It's tres cool (Score 2, Informative) 131

Using dcraw and the Radiance (HDR) file format, it should be trivial to convert any digicam or SLR's raw image to an HDR.

For manually-captured bracketed images, there's AHDRIC (disclaimer: I wrote this). As long as the EXIF info is intact and the only thing that changes between shots is the shutterspeed, this should do the trick. A related tool (AHDRIA) lets you capture HDRs automatically by controlling a digicam via USB (Canon digicams only, sorry). This process can take 20-120 seconds, depending on the quality required.

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