Hey everyone, provocative title but simple question; disregarding the usual camera aspects completely, have people found that there is such a thing as a canon or nikon 'look'? If so, what do you think it is comprised of and what is it caused by, and which do you prefer? I've always found from my friends' and father's Nikons that they seem to have a cooler colour temperature and less saturation, and from my Canon and friends' canons that they have warmer tones and a livelier picture. I've never investigated if that was really true and whether it was a property of the lenses (doubtful), jpeg processing (probable) but it influenced my choice of camera. Now that I'm contemplating the otherwise superior D600, I find that, surprisingly, this imagined or barely-perceptible difference is standing in the way. Am I kidding myself or do a series of lenses and cameras from these companies really produce fundamentally different pictures even with RAW processing?