There has been talk for a little while that Sony is working on adding more bodies to its vlogging-based ZV line of cameras. Some expected a new camera to come in the Spring of this year, but that didn’t happen. Fresh rumours, though, seem to suggest that it might be coming in August (although they admit that date is speculation) and contain a stacked BSI CMOS sensor like the Sony A1 and A9 II.
As part of the ZV lineup, it would naturally be geared towards video. It’s reported that the camera will offer crop-free (beyond the inherent 1.5x crop of the APS-C sensor) 4K 60fps video as well as five-axis in-body image stabilisation. There isn’t much else to go on, besides that, but it makes sense for Sony to be putting more effort into APS-C again.