Today's Wall Street Journal has an article about the making of the action flick, "Act of Valor", about the Navy SEALs, starring actual commandos rather than actors. It's a Hollywood feature, not a documentary.
Of interest are two photos on the inside pages, one showing the director in waist deep water in camos, and another of a director on the deck of a carrier. Both are using DSLR's to shoot the movie, not digital "film" cameras.
The carrier shot clearly shows a Canon logo on the body, and a white long lens, looks like a 100-400. The water shot shows the camera on a Steadycam frame, with what looks like a mike cable to overcome the 5D2's poor onboard microphone.
I've known for a while that the 5D2 has been used to shoot documentaries, but I always wondered if it would ever be used in a feature.
Photos Courtesy Wall Street Journal