Canon just released the Rebel SL1, which they are calling the world's smallest DSLR. 3" touchscreen display, 18 MP APS-C sensor, and ISO range of 100-6400 for video, plus a few higher options for stills. The kit lens, if you go for it, is a revision of the 18-55 lens, with quieter autofocus to reduce noise when shooting video. The autofocus system is about on par for a low-end rebel, with 9 autofocus points and a single cross-type in the center, but they have spread the points out over a wider area of the sensor, to help with the video focusing, and claim to have increased the focus speed.
Has anybody seen any reviews or footage comparisons of this camera yet? Apparently the most important feature is that its super small and lightweight, which I don't really care about, but the price point and autofocus during video have me interested.