From: Noons <wizofoz2k@yahoo.com.au>
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Subject: Re: One thing Dpreviews nostalgia reviews showed me
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On 24/11/2017 1:27 @wiz, RichA wrote:
> That blue sky colours with CCDs are better than CMOS sensors.  Even the cruddy old P&S's seem to
render the blues more accurately or more pleasing than today.
> 


One of the reasons I kept my Nikon D80.
That CCD sensor is just the thing for certain colours, blue sky included.