I was shooting today to test some sharpness between my NEX 55-210 and some legacy lenses I acquired -- SuperTak135 and MD100 -- when I noticed some odd AWB issue. It seems when shooting with the 55-210, the AWB seems to understand when to move to "daylight" but it doesn't so that with the legacy lenses. I have many examples, but here are 3 below. The first is the 55-210 with AWB on The second is the MD with AWB on The third is the MD with WB set to daylight (just to make sure it's not a lens color cast issue) It seems to me that the WB daylight on the MD looks just like the AWB on the 55-210, but in my tests so far, I cannot get the NEX6 to AWB correctly on the MD (it does fine in the shade -- I haven't tested incandescent yet, but I guess I should.). FWIW, the scene was early AM, and the real color is much closer to the first shot with the 55-210, than the other two. I want to shoot jpg, so this is a pain for me. The camera did the same thing with the SuperTak, but the SuperTak has an evident amber color cast, so I didn't think it was worth showing that. Anyone see anything similar to this issue?