I've seen TV ads where they've used it incorrectly. If the image is dancing, don't use it. Especially for a $20K TV ad...
All these points are pretty valid and annoy the shit outta me whenever I get given footage to edit (especially the adjusting exposure in the middle of the shot, even though the exposure LOOKS FINE!). That said, this guy needs to work on his audio - the final product has some pretty inconsistent noise - he needs to learn to record atmos!
What just happened?! I remember getting excited about 1080p at 120fps, now 1080p at 960fps?! The real question is how long of a burst can it shoot at 960fps?
Sorry - misread the original part. Unless you're doing a documentary with very controlled situations with lots of light, and can put up with having to buy all the extra rigging, I'd still take the C100. 800ISO is pretty much useless.
If you plan on doing anything run and gun, the BMCC gets very heavy with mounting plates, shoulder pads and hand grips. The C100 is light enough for me to use on monopods when I need to run around and quickly get shots.
For weddings, a BMCC would produce a far worse image. Why? The low light is flipping awful. I've used both a C100 and BMCC in low light conditions, and the C100 wins every day of the week. You can quite easily crank up to 4000 ISO if you really have to, and the image is easily useable.
The LCD on the BMCC is laughable too - the viewing angle isn't very handy, so colours invert unless your eye is almost dead on with it. Then we're getting into everything else - no XLR audio (vital for me, I use radio mics all the time on weddings), lack of inbuilt NDs (life saver for outdoors), lack of adjustability with focus peaking, guides, etc.
Then of course, the other massive issue - BMCC requires an external battery if you want more than 45 mintues (and you can't just swap the battery!) and the need for expensive SSD drives to record.
I don't mind the BMCC when I've used it for short films, but it requires a lot of rigging/accessories to become a useble camera, and the lack of buttons/wheels to adjust settings would drive me up the wall on weddings.