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Sincere question: Can mirrorless cameras match or do better than the result of the multiple exposure stuff that phones can do? (E.g. Apple’s “Deep Fusion” feature)

Yes, easily. Modern DSLR sensors have a higher native dynamic range, so you can get more out of a photo without using multiple exposures in the first place.

Also, most DSLRs these days have some sort of multi-exposure functionality built-in. Sometimes it's as simple as 'bracketing' (so you get multiple phones you have to merge together in post), but some fancier ones offer HDR functionality in-camera, so nothing to do in post.

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