According to the video its got the 80D sensor.
I´ve been looking out for a light second body to haul about with the 7D2 and also for longer hikes with the Mrs. Cant seem to leave the house without a 400mm lens of some flavour ( mostly the 100-400) and it all gets a bit heavy on a 30Km hike especially on a strap ready to go if in the unlikely oppertunity presents to shoot a bird. Buying into a second system was just too an expensive option for the rare occasions that it would be used over the 7D2. This plus adaptor looks to fit the bill. 15 -45mm for the landscapes (or get the 11-22 but have got the 10 22 efs which is pretty light) 60mm efs macro just in case and the 400 F5.6 strapped on for the wildlife.
Also the idea was a second body to get myself to shoot more of the intersting parts of the local forests while out with the bigger guns which I hardly do as am to lazy to change lenses or when I do I miss some sort of wildlife. This in a small holster and the kit lens would seam to fit the bill.
I think this camera will sell well to people like me looking for a smaller second body to carry about who are invested (Heavily )into the Canon eco system especially if you accept there are going to be limitations like AF speed, handling and whatever gets noticed after it comes out but with the sensor being the 80D one the picture quality shoud be as good as any of the current crop options from Canon.