DxOMark recently rated the Leica M11 with a score of up to 100, making it one of the top five full-frame sensor cameras available, joining the ranks of the Nikon Z7 II and D850, Panasonic S1R and Sony A7R III, all rated 100 points.
DxOMark Image Labs is a privately owned French engineering company headquartered near Paris. The company specializes in evaluating the camera, audio, screen, and battery quality of a wide range of consumer electronics, and is one of the rare sites to ever review nearly all modern cameras.
DxOMark says its scores are based on a series of tests performed in a lab.
The M11 is Leica’s latest rangefinder camera and packs a 60.4 MP full-frame sensor for $8,995. Its predecessor, the M10, was similarly priced at release and scored a DxOMark of 86 when it was scored in January 2017.
DxOMark says that the M11 has made significant strides in quality, this time scoring 100 on a top scale of 102. This score is on par with the best full-frame sensor cameras ever rated by DxOMark. Although expensive, but DxOMark believes that at least this time, the price of the Leica M11 is worth it.