Poking about the web yesterday for info on the Fuji F200 EXR, I came across the above illustration on Fuji's website, showing example pictures from the F200 without (left) and with (right) the camera's "D-Range Priority" feature switched on. (Click on the image to see it larger.)
It struck me that this is also a very nice illustration of what dynamic range is, for those who might not be quite clear on the subject. (I always tend to like visual illustrations of visual phenomena best. One thing I've always meant to do is to put together a compendium of image qualities and properties in visual form; yet another thing to do that will probably never get done.)
The new EXR sensor is said to differ from ordinary image recovery and DR-maximizing modes in that it (allegedly) captures an image simultaneously in both its different capture modes and combines them—something more similar to two-shot HDR schemes than what's usually available with in-camera features.