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aolander Silver Member Nikonian since 15th Sep 2006Sun 01-Jul-12 01:49 PM
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Since digital cameras allow so much adjustment with things like Picture Controls, White Balance, etc., you can make images from one camera look pretty much like any other camera. It don't know where you heard that the color from the D40X is "truer or less yellow", but that would be primarily an issue of White Balance which, as I mentioned, is adjustable.

Do you shoot JPEG with little or no post-processing, or RAW?

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