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Thanks for the comments, gentlemen.
It's not that I'm unaware of the iso requirements merely not thinking of the basics that I learned 40 years ago that I find irritating. Typically one has the camera on a tripod, the image is sharp in the viewfinder and using "aperture" rather than "manual", everything looks great until a week later when you process the shot.
I'm also fighting off the D7000 "A S", Curtis, so get thee behind me!
Peter I love the D200. I used mine for over 6 years (and still do occasionally) and it went through everything I could throw at it - on horseback through the surf, in the rain at rugby matches, in -20C (about 0F) at night (Battery life was not long!) and dropped numerous times. I love the colour rendition in this camera but of course the High ISO noise is a drawback.
Not sure what you can do to overcome years of habit of being careful of the number of shots due to being used to the limited qty of film. Perhaps you could designate an hour where you just decide to see how many shots you can take and go for broke, although of course at the end of the day it's not how many photos you take but how many you're happy with that counts.