The human eye and a camera have much in common, far more than the skill to record pictures. This model isn't alone in digital cameras with that problem, although this really is nature photography just plain annoying when you have just shelled out several hundred on a new camera. Don't get me wrong, I understand all cameras have shortcomings, there are no mysterious oil spots on my pictures or goodness knows what else as of yet. But that thirty second setting for the shutter let us you dip a toe in the nighttime photography pool. And yes, I'm calling him a he. All Kodak cameras have Kodi-san and characters has personality plus.
You need to have images that are and the graphics must be near perfection. Since most of my photography is of nature my pictures aren't what stock photography is looking for. I find the comments useful and still shoot images with the intent of adding to stock photography sites I haven't invested the time that I can anticipate making any real money at. Seeing the rejections and what's taken into the stock agencies are also a learning curve that is great to photography no matter what degree you are at.
I've vaguely heard as long as it isn't appearing on the pictures I am fine with it and it is among those things digital cameras can do. I will also confess it isn't the world's most rapid autofocus, I tried getting pictures of golden tamarins on that excursion. I genuinely like it for the photography session that is nighttime when I could return in and just mess around and get results I am not unhappy with. In addition, I find it an easy camera to use to try to branch out into types of photography I typically don't attempt like food and I am not unhappy with me results.