| | 02-17-2013, 08:05 AM #1647
I think you can't compare these two directly, they're both for different purposes. HDR photo camera shots 3 Pictures with different exposure values and merge them together at the end. ProShot gives you way more settings for taking "normal" pictures, so I'd say, it totally depends on what picture you'd like to get at the end. I'm happy with the results of HDR photo camera, tested it out the first time! Still hoping that ProShot gets a HDR feature too!
Originally Posted by lfjj