The Leica M11 has arrived, and it has taken several impressive steps forward that establish it as a modern, professional camera while still providing the classic Leica experience the company’s users look for. If you have been considering the camera, this excellent video review discusses one photographer’s experience with it after four weeks.
Coming to you from Gajan Balan, this excellent video review takes a look at the new Leica M11 rangefinder camera after four weeks of use. The M11 has brought with it a range of new features and improved capabilities, with the most notable being its 60-megapixel sensor that puts it right near the top of full frame resolutions. Leica leverages that resolution for some neat tricks, including lower-resolution modes that trade off a bit of detail to offer increased dynamic range and better noise performance. Along with that, you get automatic parallax correction, 64 GB of built-in storage, and live view electronic stabilization. In addition, the electronic shutter fires as fast as 1/16,000 s, a nice feature for those very wide-aperture rangefinder lenses. Altogether, the M11 looks like an impressive modern update to a legendary camera series. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Balan.