meagain It's great. Even entry level dedicated DSLRs are excellent and more than any hobby photographer would probably ever need. A good picture (like a good drive) is still 90% the shooter. Light has to bounce off of the object you're trying to capture and into the camera lens. You can take great pictures with an underwhelming camera and crappy pictures with a great camera depending on where the light is and where you are. You and the major light source should be on the same side.
That camera would be great, and leave you wanting for nothing.
Make sure whatever you get supports ways to get the pictures from the cam to your computer/phone in a way that is convenient for you.