>Yes the flash is a real pig with the auto isoYes, it can be. Let me say that for starters.> ..first once>you turn on the flash its stuck at 1/60Only if you let it stick there. Manual mode, slow or rear sync can change this. Shutter priority too, though I don't think that's good for flash.>..the iso shoots up to>say 5000 the aperture is at F11 due to being in aperture>priority ..so you add the flash to the ambient light at>5000...F/11 with flash often won't get the job done. You're in aperture priority, set it to something more suitable. And while you're at it, wind down the max on that ISO Auto menu.>...then you go outside and forget to turn the flash off so>you are locked at 1/60 F11 iso 400 and its all over>exposed...I really don't think you can blame ISO Auto or the flash system for that... Chris
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