Nov. 17, 2023, 3 p.m. | Matthew S. Smith

IEEE Spectrum

Is that photo real?

There’s a new way to answer that question. Leica’s M11-P, announced in late October, is the world’s first camera with support for content credentials, an encryption technology that protects the authenticity of photos taken by the camera. The metadata system can track a photo from shutter snap to publication, logging every change made along the way.

“In the last few years it’s become easier to manipulate pictures digitally. Photographers can do it, and when …

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