Yesterday I shot some candids while out with my family for Thanksgiving dinner. Up until recently I had been shooting a Fuji so I thought nothing of shooting in JPEG at ISO3200. Well, we're not in Kansas anymore. The images are noisy, detail is terrible and overall kinda sad because I managed to capture some really nice moments. Of course its my own fault for not shooting in RAW like I typically do but I was really quite surprised at how noisy and lacking in detail they came out. Recently I have been toying with the notion of shooting in BW instead of converting but that idea went out the window as of last night. To be blunt, the JPEG engine on the NEX 6 is terrible. Overall the NEX 6 has been a great match for my adapted lenses and in good light the images have been lovely but clearly shooting at ISO 3200 and above is not something it does well. It's back to RAW for me.