the C300 isn't impressing me to be honest, as far as physical results are concerned nothing here I haven't already seen from a 7D or 5DII, or D3SI think the point is that you wouldn't be able to get any usable video at those apertures in those lighting conditions with a DSLR, where as the C300 provides really nice video like that at higher apertures in low light.
It's impressive with the amount of options you have and the amount of control you have especially with sound, much more so than a DSLR but again.. the results are no different, maybe on a larger scale production you'll see better results.. hmm
Too bad they didn't specify the "HD SLR" they used for the side-by-side shots The difference in image stabilisation is huge. I wonder how the 7D/5D II video shooters feel about this comparison.Correct me if I'm wrong, but I was under the impression that what was shown in that scene was more to do with reducing rolling shutter problems than IS. The C300 looks absolutely incredible. If I was rich, I'd have one on pre-order in a heartbeat, it has very visually appealing noise at high iso's, very much like film grain rather than digital noise (as was pointed out in the video).