Do you think that mirrorless will take over from the DSLRs?
Yes, I do think mirrorless will eventually replace the DSLR.
do you know of any other camera models of the top of your head that are similar to the Canon 7D mark II, but have better video capabilities.
To answer that question directly, yes, the 5D IV (and the 90D).
Some more thoughts from my perspective on the 90D:
The only Canon camera’s I can think of to consider in a “reasonable” price range would be the 90D, 6D II, 7D II, and 5D IV (though I assume the 5D IV is out of your price range). Here’s a comparison of all 4 https://www.dpreview.com/products/compare/side-by-side?products=canon_eos90d&products=canon_eos6dmkii&products=canon_eos7dii&products=canon_eos5dmkiv&sortDir=ascending
Of the 4, these are the reasons why I would go with each one:
90D – 2019 release, 4K video, 11fps, wireless, articulating screen (Don’t like: 45 focus points, tiny pixel size of 10.29µm2)
6D II – 2017 release, full frame, 33.19µm2, wireless, articulating screen, and 6.5fps, Full HD video are ok (Don’t like: 45 focus points)
7D II – 65 focus points, 10fps, and 16.83µm2, Full HD video are ok (Don’t like: 2014 release, no wireless, no articulating screen)
5D IV – Full frame, 28.69µm2, 61 focus points, wireless, 4K video, and 7fps is ok (Don’t like: 2016 release, no articulating screen)
This makes the 5D IV the best in my book, though I would miss the articulating screen.
If I could only have 1 camera, I would probably go with the 6D II because I love full frame so much, though I wouldn’t like only having 45 focus points (and HD video would be fine with me)
If I wanted only 1 crop-sensor camera, I would probably go with the 7D II because of the focus points, 10fps, and larger pixel size, though I do miss the modern features of wireless and articulating screen.
If I was more into video, I’d probably go with the 90D. It’s modern and fast, though I dislike the small pixel size, and would probably find the 45 focus points annoying.
That’s the way I’m feeling about it after looking into only the MAIN things. I wouldn’t probably look at all the secondary factors if I was actually trying to make the purchase and could spend more time researching. 🙂
God give you clear direction!