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  1. rik041


    beautiful eyes..

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  2. ojjvz


    This camera has 1/100th exposure time and f10,8 and f16 aperture's.
    If you want to do more low-light shots I would get some very high iso/asa film or a nice flash like you mentioned.
    Colorsplash is nice when you want to get close to your subject without too much flash.
    On ´sunny´ (f10,8) mode with 100 iso film and a flash it should be allright for a distance of about 60 cm I guess.

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Still getting the hang of the Sprocket Rocket, it doesn't seem to let much light in. So I am going to just use it in the daytime now and maybe buy a different hotshoe flash. It's fun though!

melly_ramone This photo was shot on film. Taken by melly_ramone with a Lomography Sprocket Rocket (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Kodak Kodacolor 200 film in Paris, France. These tags describe this photo: sprocket, rocket, no, sprockets, paris, france, eurostar, europe, friends, trip, and holiday. Date: 2011-10-15. Time: Dusk. This photo can also be found in the album Sprocket Rocket Film #3.

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