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I have been shooting at higher than-used-to ISO's with my D800 (used to have a d300). Shooting JPG + RAW.
In a couple pics I noticed some weird rendering of highlights in the RAW files. Like if the channels had saturated and went ballistics. This does not show in the JPG's. I'm quite puzzled and I am unsure if it is due to the demosaicing of the DNG's. I messed up as I noticed this artifact after having erased the original NEF files.
I was wondering if eyes with more experience could take a look at this
This files were converted to DNG previous to import using adobe DNG converter (the same LR uses behind the screen). then imported to LR (v3.6) (will update in a couple months to LR4). Nothing has been tinkered with, no NR, no sharpening, nothing, for any file.
First, the JPG
Then the DNG, look above the woman's head, near the purple colours
DNG 100% crop
PS: I hope these links to the images work
EDIT: ISO 3200, 50mm @f1.8, 1/80