That's funny you say that because the D2X was CMOS based! :wink:To this day I still hear photographers say that no DSLR betters the quality of the D2x at ISO 100. I've no experience of the D2x, but I can say there's something about the general image feel of my D40x at ISO 100 that neither my D90 nor my D7000 can match.
Basically the CCD isn't dead, it's just moved to the part of the industry where it performs at it's best.
You know I had to look it up, but yes I'll admit I was wrong about that. I could have sworn the D2x was CCD based. I have no idea where I got that idea. Ok, just ignore my comment about the D2x, other than a lot of photographers consider it the bees knees at ISO 100 :redface:That's funny you say that because the D2X was CMOS based! :wink:
+1Or a testament to the fact that they cant get a CMOS sensor.