Hi all, I typically use A when shooting, but when I hand my camera to someone, I really, really would most often like to set it to ia, and let it not only choose the exposure, but also focus point, etc., so that they can just compose and shoot. Unfortunately, my camera chooses an unnecessarily slow shutter speed. For example, in room lighting, with the 20mm 1.7 or even with the longer focal length 45 1.8, it will choose something like 1/25 sec, 400 iso. I know there's not a 400 iso limit, because it will, once in a blue moon, dial up to 800 iso, but this when it should go to 1600 (because it's still shooting at 1/30 shutter speed, and this with a 45mm lens). The limit I set in my menu is 1600. Is this a conscious engineering choice? If so, it seems odd and somewhat frustrating, almost broken. Even for people just sitting around talking, this is too slow. I need at least 1/60--no matter the focal length of the lens, since subject movement is the problem more than camera shake. I understand the engineers hesitating to go high with iso, but they must consider a reasonable minimum shutter speed in order for ia to be useful, especially since this is a setting that will be used mainly by novice users. Side question: Do the G1 and Gx1 behave similarly in ia?