Internet sources have published the first “live” image and preliminary data on the technical characteristics of the Leica M11 camera, the official presentation of which is expected in the current quarter.

It is reported that the device will receive a new image sensor with 36 million pixels. Users will be able to take photos in RAW format.

The equipment will include a Bluetooth controller and a Wi-Fi wireless adapter with support for 2.4 and 5 GHz frequency bands. In addition, the USB Type-C port is mentioned. It is known that the power will be provided by the Leica BP-SCL7 battery pack, and the Leica BC-SCL7 charger will be included in the delivery set.

The image shows the camera in black. It is argued that the new product does not provide for the presence of a built-in image stabilization system.

The official presentation of the Leica M11 will take place on November 11th. Unfortunately, there is no information about the estimated price at the moment. Meanwhile, Leica is reported to have discontinued the M10, M10P and M10D models.