So after many years of good service, my Nikon D5000 died. I tried a Canon T2i I got from a pawn store relatively cheap, but I found I hated it. Its dynamic range seems bad, and the colours lack the vibrancy of my old Nikon. So I took the plunge, and invested in a CSC camera, after a lot of research, I opted for the Panasonic Lumix GX80 with an additional 45mm f1.8 lens. Being more compact, it is ideal for travelling, and I do tend to travel a lot between the UK and the Netherlands, as I have friends in the Netherlands. So far, I love the GX80, but I have been having a couple of issues with it, issues I hope that others here could possibly suggest a resolution for. My main one is that when in IA+ mode (Intelligent Auto Plus), I can touch the touch screen to select the AF point, but when I half press the shutter release button, the camera promptly ignores my AF point setting, and picks its own, seemingly at random. For example, the other day I was trying to photograph a crane on a building site as a joke, my ladyfriend had suggested I photograph some cranes for her, but she meant the bird kind, I set the focus point on the cab of the crane, depressed the sutter, and the camera chose to focus on the guttering of a nearby (and much nearer) house instead. So far it seems that my only option is to ignore the IA and IA+ modes, and use P, A, S, or M, anlong with a single point AF mode. Single point AF mode is not available in any of the Intelligent Auto modes. Could anyone suggest what I am doing wrong, why the IA+ modes keep ignoring what I want it to focus on?