First chance I've had to shoot anything with my new Sankor 16D. Works well with NEX7 and my tripod setup: Manfrotto 293A3 legs and 128RC fluid head, with Indie Flyer rails and an extra QR plate - very compact for an anamorphic rig. Shot in 1080p/24p, rendered to 720p for streaming. The rest of the details of my camera settings are in the video. All audio recorded with Vectra/Promaster DSLR shotgun mic. Music is "Growing Up in Whittier" by John Williams.
I find the 3.55:1 extreme widescreen aspect extremely pleasing - editing this stuff is as fun as watching it and I love the added excitement it brings to post-processing as the footage is corrected and graded. Fun times :) I had no way of correcting the aspect ratio during shooting for monitoring purposes, but it didn't really make composing shots difficult at all. Focusing both lenses together was the biggest challenge, but even that wasn't a pain after a little practice.
The only negative I experienced was from the vignetting - my cheap 55mm M42 Fujinon didn't quite reach. Oddly, it's only noticeable in certain shots, and nearly absent in others. I'm chalking that up to the level of ambient light. Hopefully my on-order Helios 44M (58mm) negates this vignetting altogether. If not, it's on to Canon FDn 85mm f/1.8.
One more thing: the "Night" colour profile (as I've configured it) on this camera is capable of some great dynamic range. The results out-of-camera are wonderful and don't need much grading work at all. (I warmed the colour temps a bit but not much else). The resolution, as many have said before, is certainly not clinically sharp (compare to hacked GH2), but the softer image paired with a good anamorphic setup provides a very classic and cinematic look. I'm a fan.