Since there is a no continuous sampling above Peak Mode, glitches may be missed with , capture, processing time, display and repeat missing events
Peak Detect. Use Peak Detect acquisition mode to detect glitches as narrow as 10 ns and to limit the possibility of aliasing. This mode is effective when at the horizontal scale setting of 5 ms/division or slower
Note: If you set the horizontal scale (seconds/division) setting to 2.5 ms/div or faster, the acquisition mode changes to Sample because the sample rate is fast enough that Peak Detect is not necessary. The oscilloscope does not display a message to tell you that the mode was changed to Sample
However , this scope can miss glitches <10ns unless they are continuous rep. rate sync'd to fundamental or harmonic of sweep speed with sampling rate up to max rate.
Although, if there are no triggers, a glitch can be reliably captured on manual trigger mode at max sample rate up to 1/2 of sample time (best case)
Displayed below is an 8ns glitch at -10.8V with 1ns rise time, that would not be captured in slow "Peak mode" on your DSO. (not slow poke)
Note the interpolation by straight lines on this old LeCroy.
Whereas your DSO would produce nice textbook waveforms on single shot capture with 50 Ohm termination only.