Congratulations on your new camera.
I wonder if you are expecting too much of it though. The first image where you complain that the shutter speed is too low - the first thing I have to say is that this was not "a moment in time" which had to be captured just then. You could have set the camera to a higher shutter speed or smaller aperture. I think you had the camera set to auto ISO 3200 - well it shot at ISO 3200. If you set the aperture to f5.6 then the camera had no choice but to set a shutter speed of 1/9 sec. The fact is that there was enough headroom (aperture-wise), to get an acceptable steady exposure with more user input. If you want to use automation no problem - but you must still set the correct parameters.
I'm sorry my friend but in my book this is not camera failure but - err - user error.
The sky is full of holes that let the rain get in, the holes are very small - that's why the rain is thin.