Capture One is also updated to 6.2 today.
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#1 is the 'body adjustment' and #2 is the 'lens adjustment', but your suggestion would require the ability to set the C.Fn to 1+2, and you can only make one selection.
I'm giving the PhaseONE Capture One Pro 6 product a whirl. Just bought a copy after seeing some very good reports on it, will post findings in a couple of weeks...
I've calibrated 14 lenses on my 7D
â€“1 EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM
On my 5DII, I've calibrated 8 lenses and all of them have needed some adjustment:
+5 EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM
I would agree that maybe micro adjust "all lens" or "body" (can't recall what the menu says). It looks like a bad front focus and probably the 10% good shots are when it "misses"?
Is that a proper "fix" though? Manual says to avoid MF adjustments unless absolutely necessary. Seems odd that a new body would be incompatible with so many lenses... no?
FWIW - I just got a new copy of the Sigma last night from B&H (after they ran out of stock and then got more, so I'm guessing this one is very recent production) and did some testing. Apparently they've made some changes to address the focus shift. I shot some test charts like you see elsewhere on the net for this lens and it still has a little bit of shift, but nothing like you see at sites that tested the early ones.
Hope that makes sense.
Yes, there are differences in processing between in-camera and DPP...it's doing a better job of the JPG conversion.