The Sprocket Rocket is the lightest panoramic camera ever! See more of my rocking adventures with the Rocket after the jump.
If you like panoramic photos then the Sprocket Rocket is for you! This is not just a panoramic camera with a mask on the inside that “cuts out” the picture. The Sprocket Rocket has a super panoramic format: 33×72mm (it’s twice as wide as the classic 24×36 and can take up to 18 frames with a roll of 36 exposures). It also boasts a 30mm wide angle lens with a field of view of 106 degrees!
- Focal length: 30mm (sharp in the center and softer on the sides with a slight vignetting)
- Exposure times: N (1/100) and bulb exposures (for long exposures)
- Aperture: f 10.8 and 16
- Focus: 0.60-1 m and 1m-infinity
- Flash: Not built in, hot shoe
- Allows multiple exposure shots
Featuring the classic panorama.
You can also shoot vertical panoramic shots!
But don’t use it just for the views, you can use it for portraits and group shots too!
Or shoot up close and personal!
You can also try long exposure shots with the bulb mode.
You can mix and match film combinations with the Sprocket Rocket for extra fun. Try it with these films:
Lomography Sunset Strip in C-41
Fujifilm Velvia 100F in C-41
Rock your adventures with the Sprocket Rocket and don’t miss out on the fun!
The Sprocket Rocket is the first wide-angle camera dedicated entirely to sprockets. And with dual winding knobs for easy multiple exposures, there is no limit to your analogue creativity with this panoramic wonder. See the Sprocket Rocket in our Shop!