I would suggest learning a pro software like Final Cut, Premiere or Resolve. You will find you have more control and if you need to you can do the majority of the editing or logging and then send the project to your editors to finish the editing, (color,sound, fx etc).
Resolve is currently free and is a fast and comprehensive package, however the learning curve may keep you from being interested. Download the program and watch some tutorials. The software works with NODES instead of timelines or layers that other software uses. If you are just starting out and have never seen editing software before it may be easy to learn, but for those of us used to timelines, it’s a different mindset. Great color control however, may want it just for that.
I like Premiere since they seem to keep up with digital video formats and most are easy to import. Also for workflow purposes the Adobe CC product line allows for easy integration into After Effects and Media Encoder.
I am an editor so not familiar with the best cameras. I do know a few camera people who swear by the Panasonic GH5/5S LUMIX for color reasons and easy workflows.