You have a D2x or D2xs

  • Like what you've gotReconsider. The problem is that you're stuck with a great camera that shoots only up to about ISO 400.
  • Dislike what you've got: Update. This is a tricky one. The other 12mp cameras (used D3, D3s, D300, D700) are a slight step backward at base ISO, clear steps forward at high ISO values. To get truly significant gains you need something with a modern sensor, such as the D7500, D500, D610, D750, D850, D4s, D5, or D6. Probably the closest choice considering that the D2x series is DX would be the D500, and that would open up lots of new territory for you. Also, consider the Z6 or Z6 II in the mirrorless world.
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