*This Nikon camera is 11 years old & only has 12 MP but still enough detail.
There is technique I learned last yr called "superresolution" that increases spatial resolution capability of any camera. Besides that, it also reduces / eliminates grain, really brings out details, etc. It narrows down to taking burst of hand-held
shots then averaging in post-processing. Hand-held is important because small variation of pixel displacement is necessary for technique to work and it will not be possible if camera was on tripod. Technique is not suitable for moving objects because pixel displacement is too big, but works really well for landscapes.
Downside is that it takes quite a bit of time, but end results can be amazing. Here is full step-by-step primer: