Originally set at $3,600 for pre-orders, they've just dropped that by $700. Though it will be nearly $4K when it's actually released, you can get the 1280 x 1024 Micro OLED EVF for $2,900 if you pre-order by January 15th. 

Den Lennie over at F-Stop Academy got a hold of one early and provides some great insights in this review:

And here are the specs of the EVF:

  • 0.61" OLED EVF
  • 24-Bit RGB 1280 x 720 Resolution (Full display is 1280×1024)
  • HD-SDI & HDMI Loop Through & Cross Convert
  • Zebra, Vectorscope, Waveform, Histogram
  • Peaking, False Color, Test Pattern
  • LUT Creation and Import
  • Audio Meters
  • Four Programmable Buttons
  • Built-In -1 to +4 Diopter Adjustment
  • ARRI Rosette & 1/4"-20 Mounting
  • Powers from Included LP-E6 Battery
  • Availability: January 2014
  • Price: $3,800 ($2,900 during pre-order until January 15th)

Here's the Zacuto video if you missed it:

A lot of people said it last time, and I'm sure more will say it this time, but this isn't a budget product, and was never meant to be. This is an EVF that has performance matching or exceeding EVFs produced by companies like RED and ARRI, and thus it has a price to match as well. They will have a budget version with a lower-res screen, the Gratical LT, and while they've mentioned it should come in under $2K, it's not available just yet, and price is still TBD.

Head on over to the link below if you'd like to pre-order the Gratical HD.

Zacuto Gratical HD Micro OLED EVF — B&H

Source: Zacuto