Archival Image: Leica M11

If there’s one thing you should know about the city of Wetzlar, it’s this: In 1914, German inventor Oskar Barnack went to Eisenmarkt square and took a picture. It was the first photograph ever taken with a Leica. If you want to recreate this historic moment, we recommend using the new Leica M11 in black. In Wetzlar, at the Eisenmarkt. The exact location where Barnack took the photo is marked with a historical plaque.

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