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It sounds like you're just talking about the difference in raw profiles in your raw converter. For instance, the canned color profiles in LR tend to be much better with Nikon and Canon cameras, compared to Sony. In fact, I'd bet that much of the color differences between cameras being discussed in this thread probably comes down to profiling. I haven't used the canned Adobe Standard profile for a Sony camera in quite a while.
Before, I have the conclusion as you do! But after browse variant thread of each camera: NEX, m9, d700, 6d, 5diii, Fuji, d800, A900,5dii, my opinion totally changed. The color signature can be first order traced even with many very experienced photographer. Especially over all light condition, WB.
You might be able to get close enough result from say 6d under controlled studio light as you have ample RGB informants to play with, but once it is not case, you simply can't make it right for both color, contrast, and tonality.