On average, the metering on my NEX 5T seems to underexpose by a full stop when I use multi. When I use center weighted, it's about a .3 stop. It can be worse at times. Sometimes I can adjust in Lightroom, but the pictures always have more noise than they should. I believe this has always been a problem, but my lack of experience lead me to accept the phenomena. I actually recall Wood or Ad pointing out that my picture had more noise than it should at a particular ISO. I couldn't comment because, I never understood the relationship between noise and proper in-camera exposure. I just figured, I needed to get better at post processing. Now that I know it's not about post, I adjust my shots with exposure compensation as necessary with reasonable results. I researched this issue and found a number of people/reviewers complaining about various e-mounts from early NEX to A7s. My questions are: Does anyone here have this problem? Am I dealing with it properly by using exposure comp or should I be doing something else? Is this something that would be covered as a defect under warranty?