This installment of Taking Back Tipsters is especially for Sprocket Rocket owners and fans who are looking for more ways to make their shooting experience more exciting and fuss-free. Read on if you're one of them!
A Splitzer for the Sprocket Rocket? It’s Provided by Lomography! by gibri and translated by lulomo
If you ever get a Sprocket Rocket anytime soon, don’t throw away the packaging! It could come in handy for a lot of things—like making a splitzer for your sprocketed panoramic shooter, as lomographer gibri has found out!
Occasionally, we are wowed by various experiments done by our fellow lomographers, like the quick little trick kylethefrench shared in his tipster above. Check it out to find out how you can shoot fisheye snaps using the Sprocket Rocket. Fisheye-Sprocket mash-ups, anyone?
Looking for a way to make your Sprocket Rocket panoramas even wider? Lomographer singleelderly says you can try “doubling” (not double-exposing, though) your panoramas by playing with the advance and rewind buttons. Check out the tipster above to find out how exactly you can do it!
Many lomographers suggest getting your own film scanner to make your Sprocket Rocket experience easier; indeed, there’s convenience in scanning your own photos and making sure that those glorious sprockets are never missing (a problem many have experience in their local labs). If you have your eyes set on getting an Epson scanner, consider reading the tipster above to find out how to scan your Sprocket Rocket snaps using scanners from the brand.
The Sprocket Rocket doesn’t have a dedicated neck strap, but thanks to the crafty idea of anamachado, now, you can make one! Head over to the tipster above to find out what you need and how to put them together for a comfy Sprocket Rocket neck strap!
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!