|Alas, little Nikon...|
So I'm on the horns of a dilemma when it comes to replacing it...
On the one hand, shopping the used market in the same class of camera can get a lot of bang for the buck in the $150-$250ish range. Plenty of cameras with reasonably fast lenses in the superzoom category; you can find four- and five-year-old high-end P&S in this price class.
Alternatively, for $300-ish, I could pick up a used Sony NEX-5N or -5T and a compact 18-50mm Power Zoom lens. This would be crowding the boundaries of what I can carry in the document pocket of my gun burkha, but it uses the same E-mount lenses as the Hasselblad. That means that in addition to being my day-to-day pocket camera, I could probably carry both around the zoo, one with the short zoom (or a fast fixed lens) and one with the long zoom, for less bulk than the D200 and its big battery grip and a second lens.
Also, it would use a conventional lens cap instead of the fine little leaf shutter. I'm a little paranoid about the durability of the latter right now.