Canon 10D, 13 years old, 6.3mp, Digic 1 processor. 

A Mini Review:

Solid. Really solid. With the original Canon Grip this feels good. Weighty, robust and is nothing other than top quality build (I imagine back in 2003 this was a BIG thing).
Start-up time – fair. Not speedy, but nothing I’m going to complain about.
Write/Read speeds – S   L   O     W  . RAW files take a age to preview. It’s Digic 1 don’t you know.
IQ – Cool. Someone said that the sensor is quite ‘organic’, I thought this was a bid odd, an organic digital sensor? However, I know what they mean. The images are quite ‘filmy’, I hate to use that word, but they are.
ISO – Treat this camera like a film camera and in many ways and you’ll be OK, ISO being no exception. 800 is fine, 1600 you need to be thinking of B&W only.
LCD – Tiny. Compared to my 6D / 5D mk2 this is totally puny. However, lets put it in perspective, it’s 12 or 13 years old.
Image processing in Lightroom CC is proving the best pp option.

All of the following shots have been processed in Lightroom CC using VSCO film (mix of pack 1, 5 and 7). Lenses used were 50mm f/1.4, 85mm f/1.8 and 17-40mm f/4 L.

A mix of where I work and Saltburn beach.