I'm guessing they're keeping that under wraps until they get closer to the release date (in June)
Towards the bottom of the post you'll see "For the announcement’s full details, along with the list of 20 eligible countries, check out the YouTube Creator blog post." it has a link.
Ralf! Do not tell me you have yet to experience the cinematic delight that is "Twins" http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0783226926/nofilmschool-20 . I haven't watched it in a long time, but I really loved that film as a kid, DeVito+Schwarzenegger+Reitman, it's like the 80's trifecta of American action/comedy :) Just thinking about it makes me want to watch it again... (for old time's sake)
Personally, i think the footage looks great!
Part of it may be that, at least in the first two videos, they were shot at 200fps rather than 240fps. So I assume they brought it back to 25fps, rather than 24 (although the third short was done in 240fps). But, more importantly, something to keep in mind is that these were shot with a pre-production model, so the image out of the shipped units may be slightly different. There's a pretty lively debate amongst some FS100 owners about this "issue" (i put that in quotation marks simply because some don't see a difference, but others clearly do), and it seems to come down to what settings you use, picture style, lenses, lighting, etc. etc. In other words, as far as the FS100 goes, it's not going to have a filmic look right out of the box, but you can get there once you tweak the settings and shooting conditions. I wouldn't be surprised if the FS700 needs similar adjusting to match a given shooter's tastes (something that requires time and shooting hours, which these guys didn't really have).
Thanks for sharing your passion! Not only in the interview, but here in the comments as well.