Hi, In the M(anual) setting on the mode dial, the "exposure compensation" display on the screen shows you how "off" you are from the "correct" exposure. I'm wondering if there's a setting I'm missing to get the same behavior (instead of the default of showing you the exposure compensation that you've selected) in other modes (in particular in S)?. The reason that I'm asking this is that when I'm using shutter priority, there are times when the aperture is as wide as the lens allows and the aperture/shutter speed display blinks red because the settings would under-expose. What I want to know in this situation is how far off I am immediately. If I'm only off by 1/3ev or so then I may want to keep my preferred shutter speed and deal with the under-exposure/"push" the ISO in post. Right now, I'm having to adjust the shutter speed until the display stops blinking to figure this out. I've tried looking through the manual but it's pretty large so I could very well have missed some obvious section. Alternatively, is there a better way for me to be thinking about and handling this situation? I should note that I have set a max auto-ISO because that's what I generally want, and I don't want to menu-dive to disable that for the few occasions that this comes up. Thanks!