Looks cool, love the way it sort of 'snaps' together with different elements. My big concern right now is they are talking 1080p and 4k, in a world that is vastly outpacing that. My other concern is their camera doesn't even have firm specs yet, and they are already taking reservations. Personally, I would not bite on this camera myself, unless there comes a time when it's released that it exceeds any of the current offerings when it's released.
Another problem: for $3,000 total (according to their price list for a 4k cinema outfit), you essentially have a similar camera to what the Blackmagic Ursa mini is, and it's already out. My prediction is they won't survive in the camera marketplace unless they have something very special. Blackmagic's new sensor is also 4.6k and can do 15 stops DR. By the time this camera is released, I would expect the BM prices for the new sensor cameras to come down to at or below this price point.
I feel sorry for any company trying to introduce a new camera in this marketplace. Camera cycles are less than a year, and while this is a good design, they better have a lot of R&D money to keep up with the Jones's.
Edited by Landon D. Parks, 02 May 2016 - 06:07 PM.