Can you find an image that exhibits the problem in LR but that you can share with the public? I’d like to download it and see if it still occurs in LR 6 and PS/ACR9. If you can find an image you can share, then upload it to somewhere like http://www.dropbox.com/ and post a public share link to it, here.
Checking the most recent two pages of the Adobe Lightroom blog I don’t see any mention of the D610 from before when LR 5.7.1 was released so I’m thinking it hasn’t been fixed, so all the more reason to upload an example that Adobe can work with.
Now the RAW file you asked for (which i can see obvious banding color) is ready to be downloaded.
NIKON RAW FILE
Thank you for answering my post
Here is what I see using the latest ACR 9 plugin which has equivalent processing to the latest LR 6 and LR CC 2015 programs, so some version of the problem still exists. I'll pass this information and your sample NEF along to Adobe and hope they can fix it in the next release, but whether LR 5 can be fixed, I'm not sure. Assuming Adobe does release new profiles for the D610 with the next version of LR and ACR (6.2, 9.3) then you'd have to hack things into LR 5.7 by installing the DNG Converter 9.3 (or whatever version has better profiles) then copy those into the LR Resources folder over the top of the older profiles, or at least put them in the User-library profile location although if the old and new profiles had the same name maybe you couldn't access the one you wanted.
This appears to have been fixed in LR 6.3/2015.3.
That's very good news indeed
One question sir, how can i get the fixed profiles from that update? Because i am still using LR 5.7 at the moment and no direct patching could be seen due to different and unsupported LR version.