I looked at some of my iPhone 5 photos in Lightroom to view the exposure settings and found some of the photos baffling. I took a nice photo of my wife at the Jim Thompson house in Bangkok in front of some baskets of colored silk threads and found it blurry. You can't get a sharp photo at a 1/20 second exposure time, especially with a small, light camera phone and no tripod. I understand the aperture is fixed, so the only thing the phone can alter is the ISO. So, why would iOS choose an ISO of 50 for an outdoor daylight (albeit in the shade) photo resulting in a shutter speed of 1/20? I (and I imagine all other photographers) would prefer iOS to set the ISO at 200 and give me a 1/60 shutter speed. Or ISO 400 for a 1/120 shutter speed. Forgive me if my exposure math is incorrect here. It's a great camera, but come on Apple! Only give us an automatic ISO of 50 if we're shooting in the Sahara Desert in direct sunlight. Anybody else experience this and have any suggestions for me?