Well, CMOS of that resolution, 11.4mp that does 60fps is quite unique. There will be multiple output ports - high speed serial to RED RAID / RAM or 3rd party box, dual and single link HD SDI to traditional recording, computer or DDR, and you put a digital magazine in the camera itself for on-board recording. That magazine can be flash or hard drive, and has a quad port e-sata, fw400, fw800 and USB 2.0 interface to connect it to your NLE.
The video that goes onto the magazine is recorded using RED code, a new codec that's based upon wavelet technology.
What is new though, is the price - $17,500, which for a video camera of this resolution and form-factor is revolutionary.
We hope to have the engineering done by the end of the year and for the camera to go on sale 1st quarter next year.
Pity you couldn't have made it to NAB as it would have been great to meet you and tell you all about the camera.