The Leica M11 is a digital rangefinder camera built around a 60MP BSI CMOS sensor. It’s the latest in Leica’s ‘M’ series of rangefinders that dates back to the M3 from 1954. With this unrivaled depth of heritage behind it, it’s no surprise that the M11 looks a lot like its predecessors. You can read what it’s like to shoot a Leica M camera with our review of the Leica M10.
Despite the visual similarities, there’s a lot that’s changed in the latest model, with a more refined body design as well as completely new internals.
- 60MP BSI CMOS sensor with dual gain design
- Multi-field (matrix) light metering
- ISO 64 – 50,000
- Three Raw resolution options (60MP, 36MP, 18MP)
- SD card accessible from battery compartment (no removable base plate)
- 64Gb of internal memory
- Exposures up to 1 hour, e-shutter down to 1/16,000 sec
- Live view stabilization (digital shake correction of preview image)
- Compatible with Visoflex II 3.68M-dot tilting accessory EVF
You can see the current Leica M11 spec sheet on the Leica website.
The M11 will be available in two forms: a classic silver version with black leatherette band around the center and a brass top-plate, and a black version that uses aluminum instead, making it around 100g lighter. The recommended retail price for both colors is $8995 and both Leica M11 versions can be pre-ordered from B&H now.