It's the SONY NEX-5N. And it not only shoots at 108060p, 28 Mbps, but it has all manual controls in video mode: aperture priority, shutter-priority, full manual (including shutter, aperture and ISO). It's smaller than many consumer camcorders with it's kit zoom lens.
It has a gigantic sensor compared to all consumer camcorders (APS-C), so it should blow even the Canon G10 out of the water in low light. And you can add an OLED, moveable viewfinder (90 degrees), in addition to having a moveable LCD touch screen.
Interchangeable, optical-stabilized lenses. No power zooms, though, and no audio inputs.
Here's a video, taken the first day I had the camera in my hands:
I used aperture priority mode at 1/60th and an ND filter, everything else auto. It was bright and sunny and 80 degrees fahrenheit and humid.
1. No overexposure. This is the first consumer video camera I have used that does not overexpose badly in bright light - I never had to dial down exposure from the auto setting. This is not true for the Panasonic TM900, the Sony Hx9v or the Sony TD10.
2. The colors are great (everything at factory settings for contrast, color and sharpness and NR)
3. It was relatively easy to see the LCD touchscreen and focus in bright light. I used both peaking and magnification when I used manual focus, but found the latter more useful.
Here is the link to the video. To maintain the quality, I edited the video in Sony PMB - trimmed and combined. That program does not transcode and thus does not reduce the quality. You can not only view the video, but you can download the original - the same file that was uploaded and was never converted from the original AVCHD clips from the camera - no tweaks, no conversion. Straight from the camera.
I purposely did not color grade, use transitions or other niceties so people can see what the camera produces, not what some hot shot can do with video.