CCD vs CMOS vs Foveon in sensor technology? Hello, How are you? Because I am into photography, I spend some time reading stuff, either in books, or online forums, or blogs... You name it... So today I came across some reading regarding sensor technology, namely, the CCD vs CMOS techs... From what I read, Canon always used CMOS sensors on their DSLRs, from the old EOS D60 to the new 5D mark III... On the other hand, I read than Nikon used CCD sensors on some of their older cameras, like the D70, the D80, the D2X, D100, D200... I read that these old sensors if you count out resolution and high ISO performance, perform better than the CMOS sensors on modern Nikons, like the D300, D7000, D90... So, since I am far from a tech expert... I decided to post this here, to hear from you, what are your experiences and opinions on this matter, as well as technical knowledge... Some say that in the Digital Age, sensor tech is not that important because you can post process all your photos and achieve the look you want... But I also hear from people who, for example, shoot Sigmas with their Foveon sensors, and they swear by them in color reproduction and detail... So, what's your take? Thank you. Cheers!