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Focus Point

Good morming people, I have a question about the Focus point on the OMD. In fact 2! Is it possible to change the size to smaller and how do you stop it from moving around the grid when ever it wants to?
I, being a sad person with loads of spare paper and too much time on my hands, have download the manual to read but I must be missing were it is in it.

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EM1X, EM1 mk2, Panny/Leica m25, 60mm, 7-14mm 2.8, 12-40mm 2.8, 12-100 f4, 40-150mm 2.8, 300 f4 and those teleconverter thingys..........and I am sure thats it!
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