A comment that Michael made in this question got me thinking.
The question itself has been answered and was actually hyper-focused on the terminology.
The answer extrapolates out a little and gets into how-to territory. My comment takes that a step further by offering how-to advice for other cameras...and Michael's comment reminds us all that there are other operations still.
Is it the purpose of SE to Keep It Simple (Stupid) and just answer the question that was asked - or is there reason to extrapolate further out, potentially even modifying the original question or linking to other questions?
For example, this terminology question could link to a "How do I perform a Double Exposure" question that then contains an answer giving that answer for various camera models. Should this question not already exist - is it worth it to create it and link it so as to create a network of information?