I thought I’d share this, especially as there are quite a few threads on this forum from people asking about camera recommendations. I have heard from a former student who has just bought an Ikonoskop SP-16 Super 16 camera for less than £1000, the camera came boxed [virtually new] with its Kinoptik 9mm lens, and an Angenieux 17-68mm zoom lens, the lens has its own viewfinder allowing reflex framing and critical focusing and it covers the Super 16 frame at all focal lengths. Both lenses will work with the Black Magic Pocket Cinema digital camera.
I think Super 16 is a good option, which sadly many overlook, I think it is ideal for low to no budget productions as the equipment is cheap and the stock isn't as expensive as it’s made out to be. Super 16 is perfect when someone wants to get more filming experience whether it is shooting music videos, short documentary, or narrative work as it really does allow one to build a unique reel.