6D lens aberration control vs Lightroom 5 profile
Do we know which is "better"? Should the fact that a Sigma lens does not have an in-camera lens vignetting profile stop me from using Sigma? My "findings" are that the Canon corrections are not very strong and that the Lightroom 5 profiles are better.
If a pic has already been corrected in camera, what happens if you apply a LR profile? Does it "know" if some correction has been applied and then take care not to over-apply? Or does it apply regardless and then risk over-applying?
Do the lens aberration control settings in the 6D slow down anything such as raw processing? Is it best to turn them off and leave them all to Lightroom?
Sorry to ask these questions but it will save me finding out the hard way if anyone has already been along this route.
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