For run and gun you need: good autofocus abilities, good on board audio, and good battery life. I'd make sure any camera you consider has these three things. Happy hunting :)
In terms of DSLR form factor cameras, I pretty much agree with your statement as far as video is concerned. But Since the C300 mark 2 and more recently the c200, It seems to me that Canon is killing it in the high end prosumer camcorder/cine camera market. The C200 in particular is a big deal IMO. That internal raw codec is a step forward and a 'bar raiser' in my opinion. Of course you are paying a massive 'canon tax' for these innovations, but if it's worth it to you or anyone interested in those cameras, then the price is justifiable
That was utterly stunning. It's one of those videos that makes you forget to ask "what camera did you use?" all I could think was...WOW.
I'd say it's more accurate to say that Resolve needs a decent/good computer. I'm running 12.5 on an i5 with integrated AMD graphics and 16gb of ram. It's an HP Pavillion that ive added more RAM to. sure it could be better but it works.
no 10 bit 4:2:2?
If you have to ask this question it's prolly porn :p