Copidosoma wrote in post #17717398
AF system on the 7D is pretty amazing. I'm still trying to wrap my head around it for what I do. Quite a bit improved over the original. For motorsports it is probably substantially more capable (I don't shoot motorsports). The center point on the 6D is great but you can't really compare the AF performance of the two cameras. Just totally different tools.
6D wins for image noise. So, if you regularly find yourself above iso 1600 and are sensitive to noise, the 6D will probably make you happier. If you are comfy with dealing with noise in post, 7DII files should clean up really well.
So I'd say:
6D automotive (I assume this is static stuff) and landscape.
Having said that, if you want the camera that does all of them "best", I'd say the 7DII. No reason why you can't do landscapes and automotive with APS-c.
Disagree on everything except the 6D and noise comment. ISO 1600 is a limitation coming from the shooter/processor, not the camera.
Ice hockey and basketball from rink/court-side is a lot more challenging than motorsports. The 60D will do both nicely. If you can get by with the center point only, the 6D will do it better. I love my 6D, make no mistake. But, I just bought a refurbed 70D because the 6D's peripheral points and AI-Servo don't perform as well as my 60D did. Well, at least I can call that an upgrade.
The 7D2 may be a better tool for a lot of jobs. For me, it would be overkill. So far, I am finding the 70D quite amazing.