HAS ANYONE ELSE FOUND STRANGE GRIDS IN THEIR PHOTOS?
I have a SONY A7R and converted the ARW file to DNG with Adobe DNG converter. You can see the original DNG file below and I zoomed right in out of it trying to find any sign of a grid but there is nothing. It's a clean blue sky!
First off Processing time on a 3.2Ghz i5-2500k, 16GB RAM, Windows 10 was 60minutes. Processed the same file on 2015 MacBook Pro 3.3Ghz, SSD, 15in retina was 30minutes.
But the bug I noticed was that the software created this strange grid in the blue sky. I will post 3 images to exhibit what I mean. I layered the original photo and the AI gigapixel file in photoshop and then exaggerated the grid with a simple curves adjustment so that you can see it better online.
Original DNG Photo shot on Sony A7r - Layer 1 (top Layer in Photoshop)
Topaz AI gigapixel Image where you can see the light grid when zoomed in on the photo (Layer 0)
This is the image where I just did a curves adjustment where I increased the highlights and decreased the shadows so that the strange grid would be more visible. It's so odd right?