I just bought a new Sprocket Rocket and was wondering if the lever for setting N or B is faulty. Here’s what I found out.
Hi there Lomographers! Did you purchase a Sprocket Rocket & realise that the lever on your camera which enables you to set to either N or B is loose? Especially when the lever is set to N? Dont worry now you will get your answer!
You have just gotten a perfect Sprocket Rocket like everyone else did. Your Sprocket is not faulty & at the same time every Sprocket’s lever moves the same way. Here is a video I took of my Sprocket to give you a better idea of want I am saying.
Have no worries Lomographers! Make sure that the lever stays on B or N when you set your chosen shooting mode. Have fun!
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