I'm still trying to get on with my Canon EOS M6, which I've had for a while now, but hardly used. I thought I'd use it as a walkabout camera, but I don't actually go walking about anywhere. If I go anywhere, it's usually with the intention of taking photographs, and so I have no problem carrying the DSLR(s). On the very rare chance I'm going somewhere and don't intend to take pictures, I don't find myself taking any pictures even if I do have it with me. However, that's not the point of this. I went in to town yesterday, I thought I had an hour to kill (turns out it was 10 minutes), and decided to take just the M6 and see if I could get used to it. First 6 shots - ISO 25600, and then I noticed. I noticed because the shutter speed was 4000/sec, which seemed fast even though it was quite bright (shooting in Av, auto-iso, or so I thought). Turns out I had once again 'knocked' the ISO and the first setting down from auto is 25600. This is not the first time this has happened. It's probably happened one in two times I've been out with the camera, that at some point the ISO will be 25600 rather than auto. The ISO dial is pretty chunky, sits under the exposure compensation dial. It clicks pretty solidly, and although it's just above the power switch I can't recreate the steps of turning the camera on and switching ISO to 25600. However, this camera is touch screen, and a search on the web finds I'm not alone. Multiple M6 owners seem to find the camera in 25600 ISO. So I've turned off the touch screen and I'll see if it's something to do with how I hold the thing when I'm walking (I use a wrist strap, so hold the camera in my hand all the time) in combination with the touch screen (where you can change the ISO quite easily). Fingers crossed.