Leica has just launched a new camera, namely the M11, which finally confirmed the rumors about the launch of a new camera that will be launched by Leica. Leica recently unveiled the first images and detailed specifications of the Leica M11. The M11 combines the traditional type of “rangefinder photography” with the latest camera technology, allowing photographers maximum flexibility when using it.
Some of the features that stand out include a triple resolution sensor, an expanded ISO range, dual memory, longer battery life, and a simpler menu system. This model is also based on the traditional Leica M display design, adding a new focus on efficiency and ergonomics to its design, with a new layout surrounding a 2.3 million pixel touchscreen.
Other specifications include a sensitivity range of ISO 65 to 50,000, a Maestro III processor for smooth and responsive operation, a potential shutter speed of up to 1/16000 second, and an internal storage capacity of up to 64 gigabytes, making it the first M model to store image files on two storage systems. different. Additionally, the black version has an aluminum upper with a scratch-resistant coating, making it 20% lighter than the silver chrome design with the classic brass top plate.
When launching the M11, Dr. Andreas Kaufmann, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Leica Camera AG, Wetzlar, said: “As we all know, the iconic Leica M-System has accompanied dedicated photographers around the world for decades, providing them with the superior tools to capture moments and create amazing picture. The new M11 will continue the legacy of the previous series of course with even more extraordinary technology, based on experience since 1925.”