Some around the web have commented about CCD sensors having a different look than CMOS, saying the CCD gives a more analogue film-like rendering. For Pentax 645D owners, do you find this to be true? Are there differences you see in the output of the 645D vs. other modern Sony CMOS sensor based cams such as the D800, that could be attributed to some quality of the CCD sensor in the Pentax?
I'm aware of the modern CMOS advantages in terms of lower noise at higher than base ISO's, increased dynamic range, and better performance in long exposures. But my main concern right now is determining if the CCD in the 645D actually has some advantage in it's rendering for a landscape shooter despite CMOS' advantages. If so I may be inclined to purchase a 645D rather than the Z I have preordered.
Perhaps Phase One and Hasselblad [edit: and Leica] users may have thoughts to share on this as well.
Thanks in advance,