This likely is not what you want to hear, but is another opinion that might be helpful even if not welcome. Among my cameras, I use two different EOS-M. I am shocked at how great they look when used well. The key words being "when used well" if you hope that a camera body will result in greater quality likely you will be disappointed. What ever you lack in using a eos-m will be present in any more expensive camera you buy. You should consider what you are using for lenses? I use the speed boaster made for the eos-m. You can use raw with Magic Lantern. I can see getting another camera that does better image stabilization or slow motion. Yet it is not an upgrade if the faults are in the operator. With a more expensive camera you do get bragging rights and public image can be important, but here is an example of video that was made with a camera anyone can purchase for $100 https://vimeo.com/9080438 I strongly suspect that you will "upgrade" your camera due to the belief a purchase in a more expensive camera is more important than learning to use cameras, but that is the American Way, we all have opinions and you are welcome to yours and I am just suggesting that other factors may be the true need.
Ahh a true filmmaker you are Mitchell Cannon, I sense the filmic force within you
Mitchell, this may seem like a snarky answer, but it isn't. If you do not know what camera to buy it speaks to ability, knowledge and experience. As a former training coordinator for a large shipyard. I told my apprentices and trainees that there were thousands of things to learn in their trade that they learn over time, but one thing at a time. The OP and the at this time one answer speak that your situation is addressed by buying a different camera. There is no camera made that can address your needs. You are the only one that can and buying a camera with a strangers recommendation is not it. Learning to use what you have effectively and efficiently is, learning the craft of filmaking is. Buying a new camera and camera crap distracts from the real need. What ever you lack in skill, knowledge and experience with your present camera will be present with your new camera. There is no camera made that can compensate. Knowing your present camera inside and out, using it skillfully, you will not have to ask us on these boards which camera to buy, but instead make your own decisions based on your experience, knowledge and skill.
I agree with JeffreyWalther.
not trying to be snarky, but if I had that kind of money to buy those kinds of cameras, I wouldn't be asking here.
don't care, too busy filming stuff