Corrected entry: After Captain Janeway instructs Seven of Nine to match Voyager's course and speed with the Delta Flyer, the scene cuts to an external flyby of the Delta Flyer, followed by what is presumably Voyager (an Intrepid-class ship), but the ship following the shuttle is a Galaxy-class vessel with curved, fixed pylons for the warp nacelles. Voyager's nacelles pivot, and look nothing like that of a Galaxy-class starship. (00:29:25)
Corrected entry: In this episode there is a region of space with no stars and it is completely dark. While there could be a region with no stars you would still see stars in the distance. When they finally reach the end of the 'void' slowly stars pop into view. If they just stayed stationary these stars would come into view on their own. Light had been traveling from each star from the time of its creation. The galaxy is not so old that light has not reach certain sections yet.
Correction: They say in the episode that a type of radiation is blocking their sensors and visual range, so they can't see beyond the star-less region.
Corrected entry: In the Sick Bay, as Tom tries to revive the "dead" Torres, you can see her breathing because her hands are rising and falling.
Correction: It's not the real Torres, but a biomimetic copy, who knows how it will behave after it "dies."
Correction: Janeway states "match their course and speed". The next shot is set in the future, with the Delta Flyer running from the USS Challenger in their attempt to save Voyager in the past. The Challenger is a Galaxy-Class ship captained by La Forge.
Indeed, it's just a less obvious scene transition than normal. It's similar to the way Picard travelled between the anti-time past, present and futures in "All Good Things"; he would walk out a door in one time period and in a door in another, or be talking to someone in one period and someone in another would hear him and ask what he was going on about.