Originally Posted by ///M PWR 00
What you are referring to is AEB , and yes XSI, XT, XTI, they all support it... and if you want a camera that doesnt have AEB, its not a big deal you can manuall play with the exposure settings. But AEB does make it easier.
However, all that will give you is 3 shots of different exposures. Then you need a program called photomatix to create HDR images.
HDR is played out, that over drawn look is whack. HDR is only good if you use it for the right reasons, and not to have extremely fake looking pics.
I needed it for lighting in a 3D program. I hate the look of HDRi photos too lol