Visible crew/equipment: In the scene where Brendan Fraser and the Americans are talking in the bar before the water turns to blood, there is a shot of two of the Americans and Fraser. Off to the left, you can see a hand dip in and out of frame. This is the First AD's hand. The director said he was checking his watch. (01:10:55)
Visible crew/equipment: In the firefight scene, when Rocco and the brothers walk out of the house and see Il Duce, crew members are visible in the sunglasses. The most prominent example is in the head-on shot of the three men with Rocco in the middle. A man in a red jacket holding the camera is visible along with a half-dozen other crew members. Several of the shots between the timestamps have crew members' reflections visible in the glasses. (01:17:45 - 01:18:15)
Visible crew/equipment: In the scene where Felicity and Fat Bastard are in bed together, a certain shot reveals that under Fat Bastard's breast is a patch of velcro which holds it down.
Visible crew/equipment: When Sarah and Eddie return to the saturation chamber after losing the other two, the camera shot is high up looking down into the room from a corner. In the upper right hand corner above the saturation chamber you can see the microphone fully in frame and "hovering" as they re-enter that room. It is also there a second time after the camera angle changes.
Visible crew/equipment: At the time when they get lost and stumble back to the river and the log, and Heather says "No, it can't be the same log", look across the river. There is someone standing there clad in white, and all three of them are standing on the same side of the river...
Visible crew/equipment: When Elijah starts to untie Lotte in the cage, a grey mic is visible in front of her face as she is turning her head.
Visible crew/equipment: When Crown nearly walks into the lorry at the beginning you can see cables of sort in the left hand mirror from the shot inside the lorry. (00:02:50)
Visible crew/equipment: When Eddie says "No! No! Not the fridge!" string is visible pulling the lamp that is knocked sideways.