I'm mostly exposing to the right since a few years, when I switched to the mirrorless. It's easy to do with the live histogram. After another day on the field, I seem to have collected enough stats to say that something is not working with the a6300, as I tend to "underexpose" frequently (I mean, the histogram is not aligned to the right by a full stop). A problem is that, unlike the NEX-6 and the a6000, turning the back dial to compensate the exposure in A mode doesn't just change the setting, so I immediately see the histogram moving back and forth, but an intermediate reading appears in the EVF, with an EV graduated scale - totally useless and disturbing, and I've been unable to understand whether it can be disabled.
Does this happen also to other a6300 users?