I recently was out shooting landscapes 1 hour before sunrise with my G5, and like previously with my dSLR, I had focusing issues. I tried to light the subject which was several hundred feet away with a LED flashlight, but it did not reach far enough. I had trouble manually focusing b/c of the high ISO grain on the EVF. Finally, I increased the exposure compensation between +3 to +5, and after that, I noticed that it would focus fairly easily. Then I would put the focus to manual, and reduce the exposure compensation back to 0 for the shot. How many of you utilize this for focusing in very low light? I wonder about the focus accuracy using this. My photos seem to be sharp, but the first 20 or so are not in focus. The latter set (when the sun was coming up) are all in focus.