Dear all, I have a question about the NEX 6 that has been bothering me for a while now. When turning camera on (set at AWB), it takes a long time for the camera to adjust to the right colors. For example, if when I first turn the camera on, in both the LCD and the EVF I see that the color of the live image is very yellow or warm and then after about 4 seconds the camera finally adjusts to the right color. Is there something wrong with my camera? What annoys me the most is that even my point and shoot camera that costs $100 dollars doesn't need this time to adjust when it is turned on. This is especially noticable when I am indoors. Outdoors when it is very bight, the adjusting time seems to be very short maybe half of a second. When I take pictures during the "yellow" times for the first couple of second when the camera is still adjusting, interestingly, my pictures don't come out yellow, they come out with normal color. This makes me think that this lag in adjustment is coming from my LCD and EVF instead of the sensor itself. For something so expensive, I find it pretty amazing that it would have this long adjustment to the color at start up. Is this a defect of my camera or is everyone else having the same issues? Is there a way to fix this by changing the settings? Thank you!!!