Does the SX40 HS really "combine" exposures?

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Does the SX40 HS really "combine" exposures?

I ran across the following on a web page in a list of features of the Canon Power Shot SX40 HS, under the title, “Product Description from the Manufacturer: “

"High Dynamic Range: The camera combines three different exposures to get one evenly lit image."

I am unable to find how to do this on my SX40 HS or in the SX40 HS manual. Yes, I can set the camera to take three different exposures of the same scene, but nowhere do I find how the “camera combines” them. This I have been doing in PP. Is this claim just Canon hyperbole, or have I been deficient in finding the proper instructions? Thanks for your help.

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