Noway - This is indirect, in that it comes from a discussion on a Fuji Forum about this. One writer accused Fuji of "copying" the Multi Image and Motion Remover gimmicks from Sony - and another said, yes, Sony tried those in the early times when it began their "Panorama" function, and might have been related to that tech...
So you might research what Sony's done in that line - I know almost nothing about the Sony product lines.
You might note, if into HDR - that while Fuji bridge cameras do have +/- 2EV exposure compensation - very annoyingly, the AEB function is only across +/- 1EV, in 1/3EV increments.
However - and it does need a firm tripod - as the HS10 has a separate Command Dial - you can set up to get 3, 5, or more, images of a scene with a full +/- 2EV spread.
The Exposure Compensation graduated indicator bar will stay visible in EVF/LCD as long as a setting is above or below "0". You can start at -2EV if you wish, and get 3-4-5 images, etc - changing the exposure by gently turning the Command Dial clockwise. You can re-focus, or not, per shot - and have the camera in the "same position" by using the 2-second timer.
I'm not really into HDR - just tried it, as suggested on Fuji forum, to see if it works - it does, so long as you're careful with the tripod setup and when altering the exposures.
If I want to play with camera multi-images - I use my Canon SX10 - as it (and the later SXxx ones) does use the full +/- 2EV for AEB - you can even alter the "centre" shot of the 3 - to, say, -2/3EV - although that then gives only a spread of +/- 1 1/3 EV each way.
I use ExpoBlend exposure-blending (I'm a Linux user, PCLinuxOS, it's in the Repo) - if I want to play with increased ranges in images, not HDR.