Enjoy a super-panoramic view of the world with our series of Sprocket Rocket cameras and accessories! The Sprocket Rocket takes extended photos with standard 35mm film.These cameras have a super-wide lens which exposes the whole width of film, including its sprocket holes.
Launch yourself into a new Lomographic experience with the astounding Sprocket Rocket. This 35mm compact camera boasts a super-wide angle lens for panoramas and is the first analogue camera to be fitted with a reverse gear, allowing you to rewind and remix your photos! Get photos with an unmistakably analogue look by exposing the sprocket holes. Guaranteed panoramic Lomographic fun with the Sprocket Rocket!
Super-wide angle lens; shoots 18 panoramas per roll
Zone-focusing (0.6 – 1m or 1m – Infinity)
Dual scrolling knobs for manual advancing/rewinding / multiple exposures
B-setting for long exposures; built-in tripod thread
Rex is a Photographer based in Hong Kong. He loves traveling through city streets. His Sprocket Rocket served as his travel companion to Thailand, Spain, Taiwan, the U.S., Vietnam, and of course, Hong Kong, capturing countless memories with the camera's panoramic lens and sprocket holes.
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I have a chance to see the work of Hut, the owner of the "Mostly Candid" page that tested our LomoChrome Metropolis film for portraits on social media. When I saw his works, I am very impressed. Because I feel that the photos can convey the identity of this film very well. Let's see his photos and know more about Hut through this article.
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