Leica has re-released the iconic Leica M11 camera. She was filmed by Brad Pitt and Queen Elizabeth

Leica has re-released the legendary M-series camera – model M11.

Externally, the novelty has not changed much and adheres to the canonical design of the Leica M11. All the main innovations are inside: a new matrix with variable resolution technology Triple Resolution, an extended ISO range, dual memory, an enlarged battery and an intuitive menu.

DNG and JPEG photos can be captured at 18, 36 or 60 MP. They are instantly transferred via a dedicated Leica FOTOS wire or Bluetooth to the iPhone.


The new product has a special filter that blocks IR and UV radiation. It consists of two interconnected ultra-thin glasses.

The Leica M11 has an ISO sensitivity range of 64 to 50,000, a dynamic range of up to 15 stops. It is capable of recording images with a color depth of 14 bits, and can also handle shutter speeds up to 1 / 16,000 s. The latter allows you to shoot in very bright sunlight without ND filters.

The entire chamber is 640 grams. The black version with a super-hard-coated aluminum top panel is 100 grams lighter.

Leica M11 stands in Russia 709 750 rubles.

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