When and where Panasonic's new, organic "miracle sensor" will be installed in a camera, we have been wondering (not only) for quite some time now -- now the manufacturer is announcing it on the occasion of the InterBEE: according to this, an AK-SHB 810 mainly aimed at the broadcast sector will be launched at the end of 2019, which will feature the 8K Global Shutter Sensor with integrated Vari-ND filter. Further specifications are rare -- PL is provided as lens mount, video recording is done via a separate recorder unit AK-SHU 810 connected via fiber optics.
Panasonic had already announced the sensor in February. Thanks to its novel, organic structure, it should have a significantly increased dynamic range, a continuously adjustable ND function and a global shutter readout. The current announcement, however, states that the Global Shutter works "only when the shutter speed is faster than 1/120".
It is likely that eventually the organic sensor will also be found in another camera -- but obviously it will take a little longer.