This is regarding this article: http://www.luminous-landscape.com/reviews/cameras/anticipating_the_blackmagic_pocket_cinema_camaera.shtml
It's great to see Lula focusing on what is potentially the biggest game changer since the Canon 5D Mark II, and Red One.
CinemaDNG is an Adobe originated format for raw video. For that reason, any program that can input a DNG file can import CinemaDNG. What do you end up with? Hundreds or even thousands of small DNG still images, which is what video frames are anyhow.
I'm not sure this is always true. It depends on how the DNG is written. Resolve cannot open DNG frames from Magic Lantern RAW, and FCP-X cannot open the same - even though both can open CinemaDNG files (FCP-X opens them as DNG still images, though!).
The biggest problem is the correct implementation of CinemaDNG, along with metadata. This is where Adobe needs to step up its game - with XMP and CinemaDNG.
Blackmagic Design obviously works closely with Apple. The BMPCC and the 4K models support compressed CinemaDNG, which is sure to make things even more complicated.
I'm more interested in the 4K version, which offers better audio, greater resolution and the full version of Resolve. It is the more practical tool for professional filmmaking. As for the pocket camera, it remains to be seen if it can perform in situations where a GoPro is today, king.