As a hobbyist, I am almost ready for digital, ie the the 6D, after patiently waiting for Velvia-like results from digital. However, I note that despite Ken Rockwell saying that the 6D, and 5D3, can finally crank out fully saturated natural colors, I then read that 5D3 shots have needed 'Perfectly Clear' software to tidy up/corect/improve, color, contrast, etc etc etc. Does anybody have a strong opinion on this, before I start-up. How come Canon EOS in 2013 can't do this, and that I would need to buy software to do so. What I like about Velvia,, 35mm and MF, get evrything right, take the photo ,and you have it all. Unfortunately there is no stock nor processing here I now live. I really dont want to fiddle with any after-shooting processes. (Before calling Rockwell a moron, as many have, note that he only reviews gear he uses and paid for in full, or gear he plans to use/buy. And, that Ken is a scientist/engineer who conceived the world’s first dedicated digital colorspace converter chip, the TMC2272, back in 1990 when he worked at TRW LSI Products. He’s been working with the matrix math, hardware and software that does this for decades. He also coined the word “gigacolors,” for use with 36-bit and 48-bit color data. TRW. He is a pro photogarpher, see his velvia 5x4s.