Hello guys. I want to switch from Micro 4/3 to Sony NEX for reasons I don't really want to discuss, but there's one thing that holds me back at the moment. When I tested Sony NEX-7, I noticed that its automatic exposure modes are extremely stupid when it comes to shooting in low light: 1) You can't set minimum shutter speed for Auto-ISO. The camera will determine the minimum shutter speed based on the focal length of the lens, which leads to unacceptably slow shutter speeds for normal and wide lenses in low light. (I can reliably handhold a 35 mm lens at 1/60, but it's useless for shooting moving things.) It makes the aperture priority mode quite useless. 2) If you switch to the shutter priority mode, the camera will not open the lens wider than f/4 and will raise the ISO instead. So instead of shooting at f/1.8 and ISO 400, you're shooting at f/4 and ISO 1600. Wow, thanks, Sony. 3) If you switch to the manual mode, the camera will disable auto-ISO and you will have to fumble with ISO manually. So my question is: are those three point still true for the NEX-6? Thanks in advance.