We present a new algorithm that performs demosaicing and super-resolution jointly from a set of raw images sampled with a color filter array. Such a combined approach allows us to compute the alignment parameters between the images on the raw camera data before interpolation artifacts are introduced. After image registration, a high resolution color image is reconstructed at once using the full set of images. For this, we use normalized convolution, an image interpolation method from a nonuniform set of samples. Our algorithm is tested and compared to other approaches in simulations and practical experiments.