A lot of people seem to be going for the Sony cameras. But Dragonframe stil reckon that a Canon body with manual Nikon lenses works best for stop motion.
What you are asking is whether there is a camera that does everything well, and the answer is probably there isn't. Decide what your priority is and go for something that copes best with that. For daily life snaps, a mobile phone seems the easiest, which means that a DSLR or mirrorless camera should be a specialized tool.
The questions to ask are: do I want a full-frame or crop sensor camera? What pixel resolution do I want? If shooting movies, do I want to do slow motion (i.e. above 60fps)? Does DF support this camera for stop motion, with live view?
My cameras are Canon rebel T3i and 7D, old now. I would probably buy one of the new mirrorless Canon bodies as an upgrade, if I had the money to spare and if my cameras were not doing a great job. Yes, their movie capability is not amazing, but I have no intention of shooting a feature film on them.