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The GPS of the Canon 6D does not automatic turn-off while the camera is off by design. In that case you need to disable it by the menu setting (what a shame Canon). Another option, less elegant, is remove the battery everytime you won't use the camera. This is a good practice that not everybody does but in your case it will help too. Maybe in a future Canon ...
I think the ideal camera for each use case is different, so will try to answer them individually. My main interest is Large Landscape panoramas and macro. As I also do Photographic Safari guiding I also do a fair amount of wildlife and Birding. Large Landscape Panoramas Canon 6D. You're most likely after lots of detail, very little noise, and nice ...
For Landscape and Macro work there is very little difference between these two. That is assuming you are shooting RAW and manually focusing as is often the case for those two types of photography. The resolution difference is only about 2.4% in favor of the older 5D Mark II. At ISO 1600 and below the differences in sensor image quality are minimal. Above ...
When you asked about how good the "AV" is I assume you meant AF as in auto focus and not aperture priority since AF makes more sense in this context. I own a 6D and although I don't own a 5D mark II I've used it a bit and all I can say is that the auto focus of that camera doesn't seem to bee on par with the 6D's. I also own the sigma 150 2,8, albeit the OS ...
Disabled wifi on the 6D and opened up i photo and the images appeared.
If you shoot raw then YES you will need to use the lens profile option in Lightroom.
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