To the INFINITY and BEYOND with the Sprocket Rocket !


Buzz Lightyear would surely use this camera if he were to take photos of his toy buddies ! So fasten your seat belt and get ready for a ride you’ll never forget !

This panoramic camera uses 35mm film and is completely manual and easy as a Sunday morning to use. It has two different shutter speed – N which is an average of 1/100s and a B setting for those long exposures. It features a simple zone focusing that ranges from 0,6-1m and 1m to infinity for deep and sharp pictures. Two different aperture settings: cloudy & sunny which are equivalent to in order f/10,8 and f/16. A 30mm wide angle lens ranging to 106° of pure panoramic love.

It even has a hot shoe socket allowing you to use almost every flash on it and a standard tripod thread if stability required. But the unique feature of this camera is the dual scrolling knobs that allow you to go back and forth on the film and go crazy with multiple exposures.

When correctly loaded, a 35mm roll who yields 36photos, can actually produce up to 19 wide panoramic photos.

Sprockets aren’t always required, and this camera shows it’s talent on super panoramic photos !

It’s great for group shots or whenever you go to wide spaces and let your inner child speak in an amusement park !

This camera is fantastic in sunlight and as great on low light with short-long exposures.

Sunny outdoors shots

Indoor short B shots

Outdoor sunset/low light B shots

But spring is here, summer coming up soon, so fuel this baby up with those crazy films you can find and prepare to launch yourself to infinity and beyond !

written by mikahsupageek on 2011-05-04 #gear #review #user-review #sprocket-rocket #sprocket-rocket-holes-35mm-panoramic-wide-angle


  1. adbigmilk
    adbigmilk ·

    super la photo de backforbreakfast !!

  2. willyboy
    willyboy ·

    I'd love to see Buzz Lightyear handle this. Surely the weight and size alone would squash him.

  3. eatcpcks
    eatcpcks ·


  4. amirulshahrom
    amirulshahrom ·

    just curious, how the image will turn out, is it exactly 100% like the view from the viewfinder ?

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