Blackmagic Design launched a camera completely out of left field for $3k that has a super 16mm sized sensor, 13-stops of dynamic range, CinemaDNG (raw) recording, and lots of jaw dropping features for the price. The problem...that little sensor. It's hard enough to get wide angles with a full frame 5D mark II in some of the tight spaces I have to film. We were having difficulties with the 7D, which has a super 35mm sized sensor! Still, this camera should be very disruptive to HDSLRs. If you have the distance to pull back, this camera could greatly out-perform any HDSLR.
Also, out of nowhere came the Sony FS700. Can anyone say mega-over crank? 240 frames/second in full HD. What do you give up?... low light performance. The new FS700 sensor has a native ISO of 500, as opposed to the FS100 and PWM-F3, which both give you a native ISO of 800. Other than that, an awesome looking camera with a reasonable price ($8k). The case grew a little from the FS100, but that also allowed them to add memory for over crank and include ND filters (yeah!). The camera is still limited to 8-bit output, probably so they don't pummel the F3 sales.
So is there any one perfect camera out of the group...nope. I still can't afford an Alexa. Why can't Arri just release an Alexa-light?