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Leica M11

Exciting stuff, Leica has announced the latest generation of its venerated M rangefinder camera, the new M11 with a 60-megapixel and a full-frame triple resolution sensor that can shoot at either 60, 36 or 18 megapixels in DNG RAW or JPG. There is also an expanded ISO range, dual memory options, a 2.3MP touch screen, extended battery life and a streamlined and intuitive menu system, plus a dynamic range of up to 15 stops, a Maestro III processor, 64GB of onboard storage, an optional electronic shutter with speeds of up to 1/16,000 a second, and multi-field metering in rangefinder mode. The newly added universal USB-C port serves to transfer data and charge the 1800mAh battery, using most USB-C chargers.



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