Thanks, Mike, for the information. It is a pretty camera.
Strange thing in that video with "Nathan from Olympus": twice he says either the original Pen-F or the current Pen-F is a rangefinder. Hmmm. Do they know what a rangefinder camera is? That aside, it does look like a good grab-and-hold sort of street-and-candid camera. I have plenty of film cameras like that, but only one digital camera has given me that confidence -- the Fujifilm X100. This new Pen-F seems to be attempting to get at that same market, though with the advantage (if that is what it is!) of interchangeable lenses.
If I had CAN$2000 to throw at it, I'd probably do it. I already have a Pen E-P2, and an OM-D E-M1 -- both M4/3-mount cameras like this one. And I have a range of decent and not-so-hot lenses to fit them. Together, my two M4/3 cameras do all the things I need interchangeable-lens cameras to do, and my Fuji X100 does all the rest (which seems to be everything the new Pen-F would like to do for me).
I grant, I suppose, the new Pen-F does have some nice improvements on my present arrangement, like the the super-duper "composite" file size which looks really good for some shots. But, sigh, I haven't got that kind of money. . . . unless I win a lottery.