Sony has taken the wraps off its latest A7S III full-frame mirrorless camera, giving it upgraded video recording capabilities, along with a few "world's first" features as well. The A7S III gets a new Bionz XR chip, a 12.1MP Exmor R CMOS sensor, and a 40-409,960 ISO range. 4K video can now be recorded at up to 120fps, and full HD at 240 fps. Videos will be recorded internally with up to 10-bit, 4:2:2 color sampling, at a maximum 600 Mbps. The camera also sports the world's first CFexpress Type A and SD UHS II dual slots, and the world's first 9.44-million dot EVF, developed by Sony. Autofocus capabilities have been upgraded on the A7S III, and there's now a tilt out touch LCD display that helps navigate a redesigned menu. The camera is set to arrive sometime in August, at a price of $3,500 for the body only. There's no word yet on Indian pricing and availability.