The camera I have is a cheap Kodak type without a zoom, so the quality is terrible. Whenever I try to shot things that lie from afar, it's always bad. But I once was told the film I use also is a factor. Agfa usually does not catch delicate colors, and Kodak is very much into "cold" colors, it is said. My question is how I can know the problem of a photo is more to do with the camera or more to do with the film? I attach the following photo to give as an example. Thanks.