Anyone familiar with the autofocus features of the Lumix FZ-40? If so, you can save my camera's life. Admission: buying a nifty camera in anticipation of visiting the UK without getting used to using the device -- makes me an idiot. I fully recognize that now. Beautiful Scottish landscapes appear slightly unfocused and a bit washed out. It's precisely the kind of hazy image-cheap camera effect that I thought I'd avoid. Preliminary online reading suggests that single focus vs. continuous focus or manual focus might be possible solutions. However, the thin manual that came with the camera is useless. Can someone offer some guidance as to (a) how to even approach these techniques (i.e. how do I do it, which buttons/menus), or (b) other solutions? Maybe this is a great camera that I don't deserve, but I'm still considering dropping a big rock on it. Any help is appreciated.