HodorCheck out the sony a7.
Slightly cheaper than 7dii and imo a significantly better camera for photo and especially video. Its got more megapixels, better iso performance, better looking 1080p video, and super useful features such as focus peaking and zebra.The 28-70 kit lens that comes with it is also amazingly sharp for the price. Only gripes are probably slightly slower autofocus and less choices with sony lenses but there are good adapters for canon/nikon lenses if you choose to take that route. Look at the a7ii also if you want to pay more for some of its features. I shoot on the a7s and am in love with it.
Let me know if you have any questions. Happy to convert any canon users to sony. You won't go back, I swear.
While the camera itself it better, I feel like Canon glass is just to good. Regardless of your setup, be sure to use canon glass. Until sony catches up, I think a speedbooster and canon glass is a must.
I have the 7D2, it is killer. Really durable, fast, and ready to be used. (And it uses the same batteries as the 60D, 70D (i think), 5d2, and 5d3 which is nice because Wasabi makes great LP-E6's for like 10$ a piece..
I would go 7D2 and enjoy the ability to use any kind of glass you want.
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Canon 7D Mk2 | Canon 60D
8mm f3.5 | 10-18mm f4.5-5.6 STM | 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 IS | 50mm f1.8 | Pentax SMC M42 50mm f1.4 | 70-200mm f4L