>Yes - but that's not a glitch, it's how the camera is designed >to work. > >It's not widely understood that Auto ISO can adjust the ISO >value either up or down in response to lighting conditions and >your other settings. If you set a base ISO value higher than >the maximum ISO value you have chosen in the Auto ISO menu, >then the camera is going to adjust ISO down to the >maximum value.
I have to disagree with you on that. If camera "allows" manual override ISO during the "action", it has to either honor that ISO untill camera(or metering) is OFF or limit adjustment to the trange specified in Auto ISO menu. That definetely Nikon has missed something here.