Stuff I've used:
64g Sandisk 95mb/s SDXC Card
Sigma 30mm f1.4 with Kippon Adapter
Adobe After Effects - Camera RAW for colorcorrection & Animation
Adobe Premiere for editing
Eternal Forest - Valeon
Dordrecht - Holland
First BMPCC Prores (Drop frames):
I've made a short and quick test to try out the CinemaDNG of my new Blackmagic Pocket Camera!
The quality and details this camera records is just astounding for such a small camcorder and low price. It's well worth the price, including the extra essential purchases you have to make.
As you can see; I bought a sandisk 95mb/s and it's running pretty smooth! No drop-frames or freeze frames on RAW recording. Since RAW is a really heavy file format, you'll need 64gb. 64Gb is only enough for 20 min recorded RAW footage, but I find RAW a lot easier to grade.
Essentially, your workflow just doubles with RAW; because of the proxies you have to render out. Luckily; After Effects works natively with Adobe Camera Raw, which is a breeze to use.
Unfortunately, Premiere does not, and you can't use Dynamic Link properly with CinemaDNG (yet) :/ I hope Adobe will implement this, the RAW support in Premiere is very limited and dissapointing.