What do you shoot? If it moves fast, get the 5DIII. If it moves slow or not at all, get the 6D.
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Neuro, are you ready to stop standing on the sidelines
every time someone mentions the D800 is the better landscape camera some people here behave like kids.
I think we're at cross purposes here, neuro. I was talking about the Perfect Clear software referenced by the OP.
not listed - 70-300L
I can't imagine many self-respecting photographers wanting 12 image parameters (not all of them necessarily flaws) all changed automatically. It's no good for anyone wanting control over post-processing.
You seem to be implying the user has no control over the process, which certainly isn't the case. Sure, there are default presets, as with just about any similar software. You can modify any or all of the parameters on a per-image basis, create your own presets, etc.
If that's right, it isn't at all obvious from their website.
...does colour cast vary from sensor to sensor within a camera range ?