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The Last Reef 3D  (2012)

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The movie The Last Reef 3D, released in 2012 and directed by Luke Cresswell, Steve McNicholas, was shot on film & digital using Imax Cameras, Red Digital Cinema Cameras, Spacecam Aerial Cameras with D.J. Roller as cinematographer and editing was done on the Final Cut Pro Editing System by Luke Cresswell, Steve McNicholas.
Cinematography by | D.J. Roller
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Country | USA, Canada, Mexico, Palau, French Polynesia, Bahamas
Language | English
Genres | Documentary, Short, Family, News

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