I posted this on a flickr group, but they're not the most technical bunch. It's here, for reference: Olympus PEN-F,OM-D E-M1, E-M10, E-M5 and E-M5II user | Flickr - Photo Sharing! A curious thing happened on a photo walk with my wife yesterday. She bought an EM1 this weekend and wanted to try it out, so we went on a little stroll through the neighborhood. She was in Auto ISO, set to 200-3200, Monotone mode and shooting into a bright sunny day. The only other unusual setting was 3:2 aspect. Here's what she got: P2040065 Take note of the EXIF data. It says ISO160. What? I asked to see the RAW file in Lightroom and sure enough, it claims ISO160. She hit the shutter ceiling at 1/8000s, but I'm wondering if there's some secret ISO LOW recovery mode I wasn't aware of? There's no highlight blowouts in that image like I'd expect in a true ISO LOW / ISO 100 shot on these cameras so I'm wondering if they're really capable of ISO 160. I had a GX1 prior to switching to Olympus and it could shoot ISO 160 pretty well, but this is a first for me and olympus. I have to perform some science to see if I can replicate it on my own camera. We're both on Firmware 4.1.