Finally got my Blackmagic Cinema Camera a few days ago and wanted to take it for a low-light spin. My fiancee (who's been a really good sport putting up with my near-mania over the BMCC :) ) and I spent about 3 hours wandering around Deep Ellum in Dallas. Everything was shot with available light and brightened in post. For lenses, I used a Canon 24-70 f/2.8 L, Canon 17-55 f/2.8 IS, Canon 35 f/2, and Pentax 50 f/1.4. Half the shots were on a tripod, the rest handheld. I have no rig, nor external battery. This is just the camera and lenses.
Workflow-wise, I opted to do most of my color correction with Lightroom, exported all 39,392 frames into one folder, imported all of them into After Effects to create image sequences, and exported all to ProRes4444. All told, this took around 6 hours to export the frames from Lightroom and another few hours to create ProRes4444 files - not the fastest workflow, though I do think Lightroom's raw converter creates beautiful results. (I took a lot of this workflow from Stu Maschwitz's prolost.com blog post about his own tests with the BMCC: prolost.com/blog/2012/12/19/lets-cook.html)
The main reason I avoided DaVinci Resolve was just because I don't know how to use it well enough yet! Using Lightroom, the adjustments to the BMCC's DNG files was basically the same as adjusting Canon raw still files. Looking forward to getting to know Resolve better.
I'm really impressed with the quality of footage this camera produces. Feel free to ask me any questions!
p.s. Also, the first few clips were shot through the windshield of my fiancee's car - there are a couple smudges that are on the windshield, not the camera or lens.