When your camera is loaded with a fresh 110 film cartridge, you may need to set the shutter speed before shooting for best results. Here’s how to do it:
- You will see the N/B switch in front of the viewfinder; you may switch between N and B mode by switching left and right.
- Use N mode when you are shooting in sunny conditions. N stands for “Normal, 1/100 second”.
- Use B mode when you are shooting indoors or in low-light situations. B stands for “Bulb Shutter” and in this mode the shutter stays open as long as you press the shutter button.