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  1. Wow... I just sat through slew of films that had anywhere from 10 - 75(!) percent of the film that was out of focus :blink:. A nightmare scenario for a low-budget producer (or any, I might add) would be to see that the dalies are unusable because they were just blurry. It didn't stop those intrepid producers (God bless 'em!) but the question now arises: What aspect, if any, of insurance would cover such a gaff(er)? E & O? General Liability? The completion bond? Or does the production just "eat it" and move on? Anyone have any experience with dealing with such an issue?
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