First problem with the double-exposure feature is that it only records in jpg, and I would have preferred a RAW image so I could tweak the it later in post-processing. What I ended up doing is using the double-exposure feature to pre-visualize the image, and then switched over to record in RAW for a final capture of two images that I later combined in Photoshop. This gave me much more control of the color, contrast, and positioning of the two photos.
|This image was an actual in-camera double exposure. I liked it the way it was and left it that way.|
|For this image I played around with some double exposures of the scene for placement of the Empire State Building upon the scene. I then took two separate photos and combined them so I could fine-tune the adjustments.|