This is how you should coil cables in the film industry. This is to stop kinks and knots that end up destroying the inside of your cable. You want to keep your cables in the best condition possible, without them you are stuffed.
If you want a certain make added to this list just comment below and i’ll be happy to research but these are the cameras I have worked with in the Past and some that are in a similar range just to give you a guide. Generally I find the professional friendly Manufacturers will generally stick to the same type of option for inputs of timecode and audio IN because they don’t want to piss anyone off who is upgrading.