Stare Mode Engage News Posted by John Hoare on 18th February 2008, 01:28 Remember this? Go and have a look at how sad we are, and then report back. All done? In that case, take a look at 8:00 – 8:03 of Camille – the shot where Camille reaches down to rescue Kryten from falling. Or just take a look at these screengrabs – click to get a full-size version: Can you see the refinement in the funnel… erm, sorry. Just look at the top right. A great big whacking paste-in of the previous bit of the shot! What the hell it’s covering, I don’t know – presumably a boom shadow. But what gets me is how OBVIOUS it is once you’ve noticed it – and yet I’ve watched Camille countless times, and never seen it. It’s just not the part of the screen your eye is drawn to, I suppose. Unlike the Inquisitor repair, it’s not really very well done at all once you see it – but then, we never noticed it before now, so it can’t be that bad. But whatever it was created to hide must have been pretty damn distracting for them to feel they had to do it – it’s hardly a seamless repair. Well done to Danny Stephenson for noticing this one. If “well done” is really the phrase to use. I’m really not convinced that it is.