One of the reasons why I got the 6+ was for the camera's capabilities in low light. In experimenting with this, I found that, yes, the camera is pretty good (for a phone camera) in low light. But it seems to have a problem with overexposing bright areas, like lights. For instance, taking a picture where there's a single lamp turned on in a room that is fairly dark will cause the lamp to be way overexposed, to the point of being totally washed out. All cameras will do this to one degree or another. But with a "real" camera, you can compensate for this some by fiddling with the aperture and film speed and so on. (I'm not an expert on this, obviously.) What I want is a picture which looks exactly like what my eye sees. That's a tough standard, and there may be no camera of any type that really provides that in low light. But the 6+ is very good at that in sunlight and well lighted scenes. I want the same level of quality in lower light scenes, too. I know the camera is fixed at f/2.2, so the aperture can't be changed. But does anyone know how to change other "camera" settings to get better low light pictures from it? Just being able to soften this overexposure of bright objects some would be a help.