6 Comments

  1. jimjimm
    jimjimm ·

    lovely shot..!! ..superb angles....good work..

  2. simonesavo
    simonesavo ·

    Great!!!

  3. dida
    dida ·

    nice!

  4. efrost
    efrost ·

    Oh no! Now you are making me more and more curious! (Vielen Dank für deine Hilfe, übrigens, aus Berlin!) Did you use the smartphone film scanner to scan the sprockets, or did the place you got the film developed at do this for you? I want to get the Sprocket Rocket but I don't want to get the film scanner if I don't HAVE to. best!

  5. efrost
    efrost ·

    Also, does any 35mm film work with the Sprocket Rocket?

  6. desibel
    desibel ·

    @efrost Yes, any 35mm film works in the Sprocket Rocket! The pictures are so wide because it uses two negatives, so on a roll of 36 exposures you can take about 18 photos. This photo was scanned by the LomoLab, but I have a flatbed scanner that scans negatives as well (an Epson V500) which was €150 at the time, but for me well worth the investment :). Usually I only develop the negatives, so it's a lot cheaper if you can scan them yourself! Though with sprockets and with 110-film I leave it to the LomoLab to save me the trouble :P.