Getting your camera taken in for its 5,000 mile service and oil change (just kidding) is a habitual need for heavy users of their photography equipment. A camera that is so old finding service or parts is impossible can’t be feasible. Aftermarket parts, storage, and replacement battery media can only last so long.
Low cost legal image vending can depend on luck quite a bit of the time. A lot of the time it has to do with being able to get your camera out and start snapping. Finding whimsical or visually dramatic shots can’t come to you if you don’t provide the karmic opportunities.
The Art and Science of the blur had come about. Whereas heretofore the pursuit of the completely defined edge and through the image clarity is the be-all and end-all of modern photography, the filtering notion of blur is now being touted as the height of photographical sophistication.
Shopping for a camera should incorporate all the uses you have for it and add to your scope and performance in delivery of micro stock images. Take some materials or items with you and test the camera in a trial setting. Think about the best complement to the camera your currently own, not a match to it or an update.