Here's one of the latest videos for Sony's PXW-FS5 XDCAM Super 35 Camera System. Not quite the image quality you would get from the more expensive FS7, but still an exciting new camera that offers many features in a small and lightweight form factor. Features like XLR Audio Inputs, built in Variable ND Filter, and Clear Image Zoom (faux servo zoom), make it feel closer to an actual video camera while the small size should still appeal to those who like the DSLR form factor.
Internally at 4K you're getting 8bit 420 (Sony A7sII and A7rII is also 8bit 420), but at 1080HD you can get 10bit 422 which is much better quality. Hopefully they'll update this and allow RAW recording output to use an external recorder. A benefit is that it does allow the use of affordable SDXC Cards for recording media which is a big plus if you shoot hours of footage. Basically, if you've been happy shooting with a Sony A7s, A7sII, or A7RII the FS5 is an excellent step up. The super slow motion without crop, built in ND filters, XLR audio inputs, and better battery system are worth the upgrade from an A7 body for many.