Hi guys, i'm new to photography and i just but the amazing Lx100, im so happy. I love video option on these high-end cameras. I knew the auto focus on lx100 was not the best in the world, but i'm pretty sure with some tips i can extract the best of the auto focus system on the lx100 that is very quick and precise for photos but for video there are still some situations. There are two conditions i'm having some issues: 1- Filming like a tourist camcorder (iA - auto mode), spot the building, zooming in, zooming out, returning to people, change the person to be on focus. Sometimes the zoom just doesn't focus the other person when i change the subject. What kind of settings should i use for optimal performance in this condition.. i've tried some type of focus associated to iA, but i'm not sure yet. 2- I was trying to film the road at night with F1.7, but the it seemed the camera auto focus was "hunting" every post light i was passing, it was very quick, but there was some focus hunting. That's the video(Put at 3:00 and look at the car in front, getting in and out of focus at every second.: If you guys have some experiences with those scenes, could you guys help me with the settings you're using? Thanks, Rodrigo.