I've had my Canon 6D for a few months now (since December '13) and recently I've noticed some chromatic aberration (cyan and magenta) around edges in my images, usually between areas of high contrast. In some images its not very apparent whilst in others it is quite strong, even when not zoomed in very far on the image. Of course it depends on the subject, on most you can't tell but on others once you notice it it seems more apparent. This could be me just over analysing though! Just wondering if this is normal for the sensor/lens or if I should be sending it back to Canon. I've never encountered it like this on a DSLR (although I've seen similar artefacts on imaging equipment with misaligned filters/sensor channels) before. Lens is the stock 24/105mm, all images shot in RAW and scaled up for easier viewing from 100-300% crops. Other than this (potential) aberration problem I'm absolutely loving it. Wallet still tingles a bit from the price but well worth it!