The image coming out of this camera is very impressive. It's sharp, it's clean and it's truly detailed. Here's a short sample I took of my cat getting ready to sleep:
Here, I used the 18-200mm kit lens ( which is not a bad lens I must say), set at 25fps. Focus, Iris and ISO were set to Auto which is a useful feature for Event shooters.
Ergonomically, the camera may seem a little awkward at first, I mean it's just a box. But the beauty of it is that you can rig this bad boy up into whatever the job calls for be it a weapon of cinematography or an ENG cam.
The LCD screen itself is quite good too but like others who has or have played around with the FS 100, can't help feeling that having the the screen at the side would have been a better choice rather than having it at the top. However, that can be solved with an external monitor and a friction arm like this one: