The Sprocket Rocket Panoramic Lomography Camera

November 11, 2010 · 0 comments

in Equipment,lomography,wish list

The Sprocket Rocket is the 1st analogue camera fitted with a reverse gear, which allows you to rewind and remix your photos for the ultimate multiple exposure time traveling experience!

The super wide-angle lens produces mind-blowing panoramic images. The most impressive feature in my opinion, is that the entire width of the film is used, sprockets included – creating images that are truly unique.

What are Sprockets? They are the small perforations on both sides of 35mm film, and their function is to guide the film through the camera from the canister.

Camera Features:

Uses any type of 35mm film

Super wide angle lens

Dual scrolling knobs for ultimate control with multiple exposures

B-setting for long exposures

Zone Focusing

Hot shoe adapter for flash

Built-in tripod thread

If you have been shooting on digital too long and have forgotten how to load film and how to use manual controls, you can watch the video tutorials here.

Below are images shot with the Sprocket Rocket from the Lomography Community:

You can purchase you very own Sprocket Rocket here.

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