If you already own and like your 60D, then it might make sense to just upgrade to a newer model, like the 80D. It’s 6 years newer, and probably checks all the boxes (except maybe the budget. 🙂 ) I would imagine that it would feel the most “familiar”, (hopefully all the layout/buttons, etc would be similar).
I’ve heard great things about the 7D MK II (I think @jamesstaddon has one?) so you might look into that one as well. It’s a bit older, (2014) but I’m sure @jamesstaddon will be able to tell you whether it’s worth the investment or not. 🙂
– Current camera is 18.0 mp, so something with more megapixels
Curious, what is the largest print you’ve ever made? Until a few months ago, I had a 16 MP camera (Pentax K-5IIs) and I don’t think I’ve ever hit the resolution limit. (My biggest print to date is a 13″x19″ and it looks AWESOME!) The only time I ever wish for more megapixels is when I’m shooting something far away, and have to crop super heavy. And even then, the lens reaches its resolution limit long before the camera sensor does.
I’ve never used a professional mirrorless camera, so I can’t comment too much on @ernestf-lloyd’s suggestion, other than to mention that the 90D and the M6 Mk II share the same sensor. I do like his suggestion to find a camera store and try them out for “feel” although I’ve never been in a real camera store that had all of those in stock at the same time. 🙂
– What are some of the pros and cons of crop vs. full frame sensor?
Full Frame Cons:
Full Frame Pros:
- Super-duper image quality
- Beautiful Background Blur (better bokeh)
Here’s a thread that discusses full frame vs crop: https://www.lenspiration.com/forums/topic/full-frame-vs-crop-sensor-and-other-questions/
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