A Review of the Leica M11 Rangefinder Camera
Leica’s M11 rangefinder represents a notable step forward for the iconic M series, bringing with it a wide range of new features and improvements that are sure to capture the attention of many photographers. How does it hold up in practice, particularly against the reputation of its predecessors? This excellent video review takes a look at the performance and image quality you can expect from the camera.
Coming to you from Matt Irwin Photography, this great video review takes a look at the Leica M11 rangefinder camera. The M11 really modernizes the M series, bringing with it an impressive array of new features and capabilities, including:
- 60-megapixel back-illuminated sensor
- 36- and 18-megapixel reduced resolution modes for improved noise performance and dynamic range in tandem with reduced storage and processing loads
- Maximum electronic shutter speed of 1/16,000 s
- Automatic viewfinder parallax correction
- Frame selection with options for 35mm/135mm, 28mm/90mm, and 50mm/75mm focal length pairs
- Live view electronic stabilization when using the rear LCD
- 64GB internal storage
- USB-C connectivity
Altogether, the Leica M11 looks like an impressive step forward that offers a lot of sought-after features for a wide range of users. Check out the video above for Irwin’s full thoughts on the M11.