Newer Sony mirrorless cameras are supported out of the box.
Most newer Sony mirrorless cameras record the motion data internally.
That list might not be exhaustive as Sony will probably add the motion data to all their new cameras. In general if the stabilization is available in Sony's Catalyst Browse software, Gyroflow should support it too.
Some recording modes will not store the motion data in files, for example Sony α7S III in 4k/120fps mode doesn't include the motion data.
Currently Gyroflow supports reading only gyroscope and accelerometer data, so in order to stabilize the footage in Gyroflow, all internal stabilization in camera needs to be disabled. Make sure to disable Lens OSS, IBIS and Active stabilization (EIS).
However, there is a lot more information in that metadata, including lens distortions, IBIS, OIS and EIS movements. Sony's own Catalyst Browse software, can use that metadata to stabilize videos recorded with internal stabilizations enabled.
In theory, Gyroflow could support all these modes, but that metadata is in a proprietary format and so far we were unable to reverse-engineer and understand these values.
Sony provides a focal length information per each frame of the video and we can use that to support zoom lenses, i.e. zoom position can be changing throughout the video.
If you don't want to create that special zoom lens profile, you can just calibrate your lens with a static focal length (eg. 24mm on a 24-70mm zoom lens), and then don't change the zoom value when recording the video.