Sony has announced some more details of the more affordable Super 35mm CineAlta video camera that it previewed early this year ... but mostly in the UK for some reason: http://www.sony.co.uk/biz/product/xdcamcamcorders/pmw-f3k/
More affordable than its Super35MM CineAlta big brothers the SRW-9000PL (over US$100,000) or the F35 (over US$200,000) and billed as a possible B-camera option for those, but still no price announced.
One new feature: it uses a new "F3" lens mount, and the kit above includes three primes that I guess are in that new mount, but of course it comes with an adaptor for standard PL mount lenses. A new mount make sense with the OVF gone, since the PL mount is very deep relative to format size, deeper than 35mm still camera lens mounts, I think in order to accommodate movie camera "spinning mirror" OVF mechanisms that are irrelevant to this camera. The new mount is presumably shallow enough to allow adaptors for all kinds of still camera lenses, which PL mount is not.
P. S. One other news item: it does not use the CCD of Sony's two other Super 35mm format cine-cameras, but an Exmor CMOS sensor -- a new one I take it, since Super 35mm format is a bit different from that of Sony's "APS-C" sensors (wider, less high.)