From the perspective of the "Pros" in the film business, one can assume that the large-sensor camcorder s.jetzt the lead in this - within the industry is still low-budget - will take the field.
What will happen in the consumer space, can not yet foresee so much. The customers include synonymous with the digital snapping the (now quite so good) video in their buying behavior? Manufacturers will respond? Panasonic distracted with the Micro Four Thirds segment already positive in that direction, Canon sleeps here as I said ..
It seems logical enough, the market niche with DSLR-snapping on outrageously expensive rigs opened in the struggle for allerwenigste depth of focus was to shift now to a highly specialized (semi-) per sector, which is expensive, but contains all the manual features it takes the ambitious film maker.
I think it would be wonderful but if - as in Pana with the AF101 and the GH2 - synonymous to good equivalents in the consumer DSLR sector would unite the still image and video in itself. Now, there remains only the question of whether there should be cameras with movie function (eg, GH2), or camcorder with Photo feature (eg VG10-NEX). But as far as my crystal ball is not yet ... ;)