I use mostly Nikkor lenses, so of course I have no white balance problem when switching from one to the next (be it primes or zooms). I also use a couple of Zeiss lenses (15/2.8 and 135/2) and those are "color-aligned" just like the Nikkors, no issue there either. However, I recently bought the 50/1.4 Art by Sigma, and to my surprise, it is significantly cooler ("bluer") than all my other lenses (it performs superbly well in all other respects).
I shoot only RAWs, so obviously it is something that I can and do adjust in post-, however I was wondering if it is something that can be corrected in-camera. If I could determine the right correction for most light situations and have the D810 apply it automatically when I mount the Sigma lens (and then changing back to "normal" when unmounting), it would be great.
Any ideas as to how to do this, if at all feasible on a lens-by-lens basis, will be very much appreciated. Thanks in advance!