My Nex-6 will turn 4 this summer and with A6000 prices being very attractive I decided to get it. The camera came on Monday and while it has many improvements, I did run into a problem. When shooting in low light, CFL lighting, AWB, the camera produces extremely yellow photos. E.g. I have a reddish coffee table in a room with peach colored (orange) walls. Nex 6 would produce a close enough OOC Jpeg, sometimes with a bit too magenta. A6000 turns the walls bright yellow. The viewfinder shows correct colors, but the display shows the yellow cast. When I take the photo, the picture in the viewfinder shows proper colors for a second or so, then it turnes yellow as if the WB got automatically applied. Overall, Nex 6 seems to produce significantly more accurate low light colors. I primarily shoot raw but I do want to be able to use a SOOC jpeg every now and then. Especially when taking the night panoramic shots, which would produce a jpeg with no raw. So this could be an issue. I don't think setting the custom WB makes a lot of difference but I may be wrong. Somehow the camera seems to replace magenta with yellow after taking the shot. I found several references online to the yellow cast but no workable solution. I did try different "creative modes" and I did turn off DRO and lens shading compensation, as suggested somewhere. Doesn't seem to make a difference. The firmware is up to date, and I tried different lenses. One other way to try and fix this would be by pushing AWB colors away from yellow by using the "color rectangle" but this would impact all other lighting conditions. Is there a way to create a custom preset setting for this ? Anyway, my question is, does anyone know a solution ? This seems to be a fairly common problem with A6000. At least I was able to find several references - with no workable solution posted.