Tim Burton's latest animation movie, Corpse Bride, has been shot with a digital still camera off the shelf. The interesting part about that news is that the film makers did use the open source dcraw software for their workflow, after having used it to evaluate the cameras quality.

The irony is that this software, that none of the manufacturer support by giving the necessary documentation, made the manufacturers have their gear used for a film, with all the marketing hype they might wish (one brand won over the other).

Source: Editors Guild