The new Leica M11 will not have IBIS, but the LCD screen and EVF will have a separate built-in image stabilization

We already know that the Leica M11 camera will not have any IBIS (in-body image stabilization), but I was told that the Leica M11 LCD screen and EVF will have a separate built-in image stabilization system that will be used for easy focusing when focus peaking (it will stabilize only the LCD and EVF but not the sensor). This could also explain why the Leica M11 LCD screen is slightly smaller (2.95” vs 3″) and will require a new LCD screen cover:

The Leica M11 will have a bigger LCD screen

Here is a recap of the leaked Leica M11 camera specifications:

  • Buffer memory: 3GB
  • Media: SD / SDHC / SDXC UHS-II recommended, internal memory 64GB
  • Material: Magnesium and aluminum (brass for silver) all-metal housing, leatherette cover
  • Operating temperature: 0-40 degrees
  • Interface: Visoflex2 compatible hot shoe, USB3.1 Gen1 Type C
  • Sensor: 60.3 million pixels full size (low passless)
  • Image processing engine: Maestro III
  • Resolution: L-DNG (60.3MP), M-DNG (36.5MP), S-DNG (18.4MP)
  • Color depth: 14bit for DNG, 8bit for JPEG
  • Finder magnification: 0.73 times
  • LCD monitor: 2.95 inch 2.33 million dots, 3: 2, touch control
  • Shutter: Mechanical 60 minutes-4000 / sec, Electronic 60 sec-1 / 16000 sec, Synchro 1/180 sec
  • Continuous shooting: 4.5 frames per second
  • Focus range: 70 cm to infinity
  • Auto bracket: 3 or 5
  • ISO sensitivity: ISO64 (native) -50000 for auto, ISO64-50000 for manual
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
  • Size: 147.2mm (138.8mm excluding hanging bracket) x 80.3mm x 38.45mm
  • Weight: 530g for black (455g without battery), 640g for silver (565g without battery)
  • Leica M11 camera and accessories pricing in Europe:
    • Leica M11: EUR 8.350
    • Visoflex 2: EUR 695,00
    • Hand Grip: EUR 370,00
    • Thumb Support: EUR 265,00
    • Battery BP-SCL7 for EUR 165,00

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Update – this rumor turned out to be true:

The new Leica M11 has live view built-in image stabilization

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