Never used that particular recorder, but I imagine it’s not too different to other handy recorders. Are you new to field recording? If so what you need to consider is that there will likely be significant self-noise with a small device like that, and there are no xlr inputs so you’re limited to using less powerful external microphones. That said, these handy recorders are good to play around with as a newbie before choosing to invest in higher end equipment.
If you go ahead with it, I would definitely recommend you buy a furry windscreen for it - foam ones won’t do the trick - as well as some sort of grip/tripod even if you intend on holding it. Tiny muscle twitches are enough to be picked up by the microphones if you hold it in your hand.
Hope this helped, didn’t mean to condescend if you aren’t new to field recording after all.