I expressed concern in an earlier thread that there did not seem to be a way of locking the focus point on the GZ7, once set, so that subsequent contact with the touch screen would not move it. Although Mike's cure solves the problem I was still concerned about how the focus point got moved as, even at my extended years, I don't consider myself particularly ham fisted. Try as I might the point would be moved as I put the camera to my eye. The answer of course was right on the end of my nose! Literally! Having a lazy eye from birth I have to always use my left eye. Bringing the camera up to the eye caused my nose to touch the screen. It has taken me weeks to discover the reason. Stupid or what! Now just tilting the viewfinder a few degrees from the horizontal ensures that my nose does not go anywhere the screen. Touch screens don't you just love 'em.