I assume that you are using a Nikon SLR (single lens reflex) film camera.
All DSLR (digital single lens reflex) cameras are loaded with bells and whistles.
All have the manual controls you listed.
You can put the camera in Program or Manual mode and do whatever you want manually.
If you have Nikon lenses for your SLR, it makes sense to buy a Nikon DSLR camera.
You can use film lenses on the digital DSLR cameras.
I suggest you visit a camera store and get your hands on a Nikon DSLR and check it out.
I've been tracking on digital cameras for years now, and I'm reaching the point where I've got to convert over from my old Nikon F film model. However, I'm totally unimpressed with all the bells and whistles, auto focus, auto exposure, auto etc. garbage. I'm trying to find a simple set of controls that allow me to manipulate apperature and speed, and put the point of focus where I want it. I'm not interested in fighting the camera to get around it's auto functions, battling to set my depth of field parameters despite the camera's ideas of what's best, etc. I'm more interested in B&W than color. Anybody got a suggestion of models to look at?