Sometimes we complain about how our cameras function. Even if we are not doing so out loud, there is this voice in our heads that says “If only the ISO could go higher…” or “If only the card was faster…” or “If only the camera was lighter…”. And this is OK. Or course, those complaints get a different perspective once you take a look at where digital camera were only 15 years ago.
Now, the Canon D2000 is actually a branded Kodak DCS 520, but bearing the Canon logo, it serves as a good comparison base of how Canon (and cameras in general) advanced in the last 15 years. It is amazing to see how far we have gone, SD cards vs. a PCMCIA card slot; 1.6 crop factor 2-megapixel sensor vs. a 50 megapixel full frame sensor, and ISO as high as 1600 (which was not really usable) vs. 12,800
The real surprise comes when you get to the 4:47 mark, and see how the D2000 handles low light / long exposure. Ouch!
On the other hand, the D2000 has Pong!
[Canon 5DS R vs Canon D2000 | All Things Photo]