I was taking many photos this past weekend using the Panasonic GF2 + Oly 45/1.8 combo. Had the camera set on face detection. There were a number of times that I had focus confirmation from the GF2, but the subject's face came out fairly soft (camera set on aperture priority, f1.8, auto ISO yielding shutter speeds of 1/100). Here's an example of a 100% crop, and the subject wasn't even moving. Her entire face was soft, not just the eyes: It makes me wonder if face detection (or at least on the GF2) is the best way to take photos of people (particularly when shooting wide open at large apertures) as opposed to using spot focus by either moving the focus point around the frame, or using the center point and then recompose. It's my understanding that face detection will focus on the eyes of the face. Or at least that's the idea. I know on the EP3, the user can specify that the focus should be on the eye, and even which eye. I am wondering if my GF2 was trying to focus on the entire face, as opposed to just the eye. And because the 45/1.8 has such a shallow DOF, by trying to focus on the entire face, the result is that nothing ends up being on focus. Anyone else experience lackluster performances from their cameras while using face detection?