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In Canon 6D you can set up AF micro adjustments for lenses you have. That may improve sharpness a bit. There is also ISO 50 mode that is turned of by default.
Digital Lightcraft gave the correct answer but I'd like to add that you can disable the automatic locking from the menu - the fourth tab from the right, lowest item ("Lock" and a wheel icon).
I believe that the "obvious" change here should not be underestimated. After my recent switch from APS-C (Canon) to full frame (Nikon) even with the brand change and the different user interface my biggest challenge are implications of DOF and the fact that because of that the focusing needs to be much more exact.
It sounds like your control wheel is "locked" - press the button underneath it called "unlock" This should now let you control the aperture.
The self time or 2sec delay would be a configurable option on your camera. Follow this YouTube tutorial for details on how to enable/disable this option: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7VOpuaqHqSM Alternatively this could be an option on your intervalometer, in which case I would recommend you consult your manual. Usually though an intervalometer is a form ...
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