Sony’s unveiled their latest RX10 Mark III, which looks nearly identical in terms of design and spec to its predecessor minus a few details. It’s packing some strong video capabilities such as 960 fps 1080p slo-mo, 24 and 30 fps 4K recording and a silent mode that can shoot stills at 14 fps. The biggest addition to the Mark III is a 24-600m equivalent super-telephoto lens, which is triple the zoom of the Mark II’s 24-200m lens. With a variable f2.4-4 aperture and optical image stabilization on board, you get a ton of exposure compensation and a more adventurous zoom. Beyond on this, the RX10 Mark III also gets a 2.35-million-dot resolution OLED viewfinder that compliments the body’s articulating 3-inch LCD screen quite nicely. For more details, head to Sony’s website and look for the Mark III to hit retailers in May.