Leica M11-P announced: the world’s first camera with Content Authentication (plus a new Summicron-M 28mm f/2 ASPH lens)

Today Leica officially announced the previously rumored M11-P camera together with a new Summicron-M 28mm f/2 ASPH lens. The M11-P is the world’s first camera to feature technology compliant with both the Content Authenticity Initiative (CAI) and the C2PA standard - see how this works.

Pre-orders are already open at B&H Photo: the M11-P is $9,195and the newSummicron-M is $5,295.

Pre-orders for Europe: WEX | Park Cameras | Calumet | Koch

Upgrades for the M11-P include:

  • Removal of the red dot Leica logo on the front of the camera
  • Engraved Leica script on the top cover
  • Dark chrome viewfinder
  • Sapphire glass on the rear display for improved durability and scratch resistance
  • An upgrade to 256GB of internal storage (up from 64GB)

The press release can be found here.


What is the Content Authenticity Initiative and how does it work with the new Leica M11-P camera?

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