I've read that the D610 does only three exposures when it brackets. In many cases that will be enough, but in more extreme natural light (canyons, forests) it seems five (or more) would be better. Since I shoot everything from a tripod would it be a reasonable practice to do a set of three skewed to the plus-side, and then quickly do three more skewed to the minus -- and then process them with one of the standard HDR software products? I'm hoping to make the digital camera model decision in the next two months. The price of the D610 gives it an edge. I'm coming from a film 67 system, and working with HDR tastefully will solve a lot of the situations that have given me headaches in the past. I want full-frame because I sell large prints. Some of the larger (3'x4') will still be produced from the 67, but the 610 should be good for the smaller 24"x32" I understand.