Hello talkemount.com. First post here. My prior experience is with Canon, having owned a 20D, S90, G9, S95, S100, G1X. This is my first stint at Sony and so far i'm enjoying it. Throughout the years i became more and more of a lazy as a photographer, eventually selling all my cameras and using my iPhone 5S for all my photographic needs cause its "good enough". The reason i bought the Sony NEX-3N is because i read reviews about how awesome it is on "superior" and "intelligent" auto modes. So far i'm quite pleased, but i noticed when using those auto modes, the auto exposure was very dark. Exposure compensation is normally not a chore to adjust, except on the NEX-3N since it's buried in a menu. Am i doing something wrong? Or is "superior" auto mode not very superior?