The La Sardina has come ashore and has shaken off it’s seafoam to reveal it’s latest designer encasing featuring art from the experimental artist Robert Delaunay. In collaboration with Madrid’s Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, the La Sardina Delaunay is an extraordinary catch for those with an appetite for a great camera with a one of a kind exterior. Robert Delaunay’s captivating style was anything but conventional, and neither is this camera, with striking, bold colors, and a clear devotion to experimentation - with an unpredictable use of geometric patterns and shapes.
The La Sardina camera features a 22 mm wide-angle lens and can take any 35 mm film, making it the perfect companion for those wishing to catch some snaps of the sea shore, cityscapes and other shots requiring a bit more perspective. The camera is as unique aesthetically as it is versatile functionally. Coming standard with features such as nighttime bulb mode, multiple exposure functionality, and a minimum focusing distance of .6 meters users will surely find themselves reeling in some savory shots and feeling empowered by the limitless creative capabilities of the La Sardina.
Cable Release Connection - Yes
Battery Type - No battery needed
Available Apertures - fixed f8
Shutter Speeds 1/100 (N), Bulb (B)
Focal Length - 22mm
Film advance - Knob
Film Format - 35 mm
Flash connection - Unique La Sardina Micro Contact
Focusing - Zone Focusing
Focusing Distance - 0.6m-1m, 1m - Infinity
Frame Counter - Auto Frame Counter
Tripod Mount - Yes
Lightmeter - No
View Finder - Direct optical viewfinder