The fact that Canon didn't give Cfast or at least UHS-II card slots will limit the possibilities of Magic Lantern enormously.
Some people are still looking for a hybrid and don't want to buy Sony. Could've been easy for Canon to fill that gap.
4K at 1.5x crop, C-Log, 4K HDMI, the XC10's 305mb/s XF codec or h.265 - imagine what kind of beast it could have been.
No words, Canon!
The NFS-list is wrong (check canonrumors.com and other sites). It's supposed to be 4K/30p, 1080/60p, 720/120p
Meanwhile many people seem to be surprised or disappointed, I'm holding my breath for C-Log, 4K HDMI Out and MagicLantern.
Actually Canon brought Dual Pixel AF, on-Chip ADC (improved DR) and the 1Dc's internal 4K to an affordable price. Sooner or later I'll go for a C100mk3 anyways.
No matter what you buy, consider the following (+ recommendations concerning your budget):
- quad-core processor with hyperthreading, 6th generation (for doubling RAM capacity by using DDR4) -> Intel i7-6700HQ
- GeForce Graphics -> 960M or better, but 950M will be enough for you, too
- upgradable RAM (not glued as in the MacBook Pros) -> min. 8GB DDR4 to start with
- upgradable harddrive(s) (not glued) -> at best 1x 128GB m.2 SSD for OS, 1x 1TB HDD or SSD for data
- interchangeable battery (not glued)
- fast external connector, like Thunderbolt 2/3 or USB 3.1 Type-C (Gen2)
- FHD display (absolutely enough, more will just suck battery life)
This way you're ready for future upgrades whenever you have enough money or exchange parts if they break. That's why I wouldn't buy a Macbook Pro, especially not if you're on a budget.
Consider the new HP Omen (check HP store). It doesn't have USB 3.1 or TB3 though, but if you're a student you'll get 20% off in the hp education store. In case you want to invest more, go for the HP ZBook Studio that even gives you 2x TB3 and checks all the boxes.