Some test shots with the Panasonic HPX-300p, pretty much The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.
The Good being how nice an image it can produce and how well it holds during grading. Also, real glass up front combined with a 4 stop ND filter makes for great depth of field control.
The Bad being Dynamic Range Stretching. Seems like a good idea but really didn't do anything for me that I couldn't have done with the gamma or knee/pedestal settings. Also, only available in 720 mode.
The Ugly being skewing from the MOS chip. Really, really ugly. Like i'm getting motion sickness ugly. Granted this is me really pushing it and zoomed in considerably but still this scares me about the camera. With a high shutter mode its down right nasty and even at 60fps over 24fps, while not as nausea inducing, shows how things are still moving when they shouldn't be.
My verdict is still out, love the camera, love the idea, love the codec, love a lot of things. But im not as impressed as i hoped i would be.