I presume this isn't model specific, so I'll start a new thread for this one. I was checking out the bracketing on the A6000, and noticed an odd statement in the Help Guide as to how it works... As I read this, I thought, "Wait... What happens if I'm in Shutter Preferred mode and not Auto-ISO?". Sure enough the camera ends up taking 3 (or 5) identical exposures, and does not do any compensation on each image. Worse yet, the images display +0,0, -X, +X in the images, yet they are identical exposures. The camera should tell you it can't do the bracketing! Easy enough workaround - Use Auto-ISO, which might not be desirable. But since changing the aperture definitely changes the look of the images, you have no choice but to use ISO to drive the bracketing. This may be obvious to some, but as someone who hasn't done a lot of bracketed shots before, this was a bit confusing.