No one cares what it's being marketed as. Put it next to a Playstation 3 on a the Sony website doesn't make it a Gaming system.
If this is in fact a digital cinema camera. Shouldn't the majority of the features resemble that?
Where are the XLR inputs?
An adjustable screen maybe?
By the way... If you tell any major production company that you are going to shoot a tv show primarily with DSLR's you'd give someone a heart attack. The reason TV shows used Those cameras is because of their affordable price. I promise you, nobody would have ever used a 5d Mark II if it cost $15,000
show me a show that shoots "regularly". on a 7d
Ok, I get it, you would never use this camera for a video production, but that doesn't mean the rest of the world feels the same way. I would imagine people would love to use it as a B cam or in tight situations (which is the reason they used the 5DII on House). People use rigs, external recorders and external monitors, and this cam would function just as well using said equipment. I think this thing is crazy overpriced regardless, but I can see people opting for it in certain situations. It's kinda hard to judge until we see the footage coming out of it, it could be ridiculously incredibly awesome, and in that case I'm sure it would be well received. I think if the resolution is really amazing that people would be willing to deal with the hassles involved with shooting with a DSLR body. We'll see.