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What are the shutter settings of my La Sardina?

If you take a quick look just in front of the viewfinder, you will see a small switch marked B/N/MX. You can choose between N (Normal) and B (Bulb) mode by simply flicking the switch left or right.

N mode – use this when you are shooting in sunny conditions. N stands for "Normal, 1/100 second.
B mode – use this when you are shooting indoors or in situations where the light is not so great. B stands for “Bulb Shutter”, and in this mode the shutter will stay open as long as you hold down the shutter release button.
MX – Multiple exposure button for your ultimate MX experimentation.