I just realized this movie has kind of revolutionary camera movements, things which i cannot really recall from earlier movies. Dr. No seems sort of standard but in FRWL it becomes a bit wild.
-They have a zoom shot that populated every movie of the late 60s, right when bond and co get on the train, it then zooms in on Grant behind a window also on the train. I have not really seen a zoom shot for any movie prior to 1963.
-Basically much of the train fight, which has been repeated tons here, looks more articulate than many fist fights of the successive eras. The fists are coming from the camera's POV at times, the camera's POV is also fighting Grant and Bond when you the viewer are in their shoes. Even the 70s martial arts boom tended to portray fights in real clarity with cameras in "theatrical stationary" positions, before it became more fashionable all the way up until the 1990s to make it cut up and with various angles, close ups. The more you think about it i think it came because of circumstance probably, they though "hey we don't have much of a finale, no villain lairs, but a fist fight. Let's just try to make it as exciting as possible, and what the heck throw in a helicopter/boat chase".
-During the helicopter chase there is a continuous shot of Bond as he is running toward the camera faroff, then nears it, then just edges within a foot of the camera while it swings 180 degrees and continues following his backside. Neven seen anything like that either.
Goldfinger is king of close ups though, but for movements FRWL has it.