The FUJIFILM X-Pro1 has a build-in double exposure function which has the same effect as a old analog film camera in which the film wasn't advanced between two shots. The result is a single photo that was exposed two times and showed a mixture of both scenes. The X-Pro1 simulates this effect digitally; you make the first shot and that stays semitransparent in the viewfinder and you compose your second shot and the resulting image is a merge of both photos.
Today the spring offically started but it was snowing and very cold in the Netherlands so today I decided to stay inside and explore settings of my camera that I normally don't use. The double exposure function is something I didn't use before and don't think will use very often but I do like the results.