They posted a sample video clip in the comments to the demo video:
link to sample video
Jitter doesn't look to be the main problem. Digital noise / artifacts though is!
It seems indeed very similar to their other F2D devices. I own two of them and I'm not too impressed with the image quality. I like the speed of digitizing 35mm slides which is good for quick online copies. But not the best quality for archiving.
Drawbacks: Lack of dynamic range - of course - and quite a bit of noise in dark areas. The biggest problem with fading stock scanning on the F2D is the lack of active white balance. They do their exposure control on the camera instead of adjusting the lighting. Similar for format variations: 110 and 8mm formats are achieved by cropping. And dust is also an issue requiring good dust removal before any scan.
I assume they don't do too much of the software cropping in the film version, but I don't see why they would abandon their zoran coach platform. They already have a good firmware base. The normal F2D hardware is certainly not powerful enough to do H264 encoding, so they must have added a single chip encoder.