Visible crew/equipment: Bond follows the girl through the streets of Venice. The camera follows him with a track-shot. Bond turns left, going into some kind of alley, and the dolly keeps going. The dolly, camera and crew are reflected in a window for a second. (02:02:10)
Visible crew/equipment: In the scene where Bond is following the bomber in Miami Airport, when the bomber goes through the security door using the ellipsis password, and proceeds down the corridor,Bond tries to catch the door before it shuts. There is a hand visible which pulls the door shut for a brief second and holds the door in place.
Visible crew/equipment: Lighting equipment is visible in Mathis' sunglasses, just before he is shocked while talking to Bond.
Visible crew/equipment: While Bond is convalescing at the lake-side recovery center from the torture scene, the Swiss banker that held the poker game winnings in escrow, comes by to have Bond enter in his PIN # to transfer funds. When he walks away, you see 2 shadows that point in opposite directions.
Chosen answer: Le Chiffre operates as the banker for Mr White's entire organisation. The Ugandan is only one of many individuals and groups for whom Le Chiffre provides financial services; killing him does little to solve the problem of the missing money. Plus there's the question of trust - if Le Chiffre can't keep the money safe, then Mr White's organisation have no use for him and, as we see in the movie, will readily eliminate him. Le Chiffre's desperate to recover the money to prove his trustworthiness and save his own life.