Lomography Sprocket Rocket: You Are A Great Companion

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Name it, in the mall, in the busy and hectic city and doesn’t matter whether in cloudy or sunny days, Lomography Sprocket Rocket is a great companion for me. I will always bring it wherever i go, it shoots great panorama lomograph and trust me, your lomograph will never go wrong with Lomography Sprocket Rocket.

The Sprocket Rocket is a great companion, for the past 6 months I’ve been shooting using this camera and surprisingly, all the lomographs I took turned out more than I expected. Give it slide film with just ISO 100 film, redscale and color negative film with ISO range from 100 – 400, Sprocket Rocket can handle it.

Sprocket Rocket is easy to use.The lens is 30mm, has two focus modes (0.6m to 1m and 1m to infinity) and two apertures (one for sunny days, one for cloudy conditions). You don’t have to think too much, just set the focus, choose either sunny or cloudy and you are ready to shoot. That’s it, and my friend, worry free. Your lomograph will turn out wonderful and even amazing if you are creative enough to compose amazing double or even triple exposure.

So far, the Sprocket Rocket never disappointed me. For me, personally, it is a must have camera for all Lomographers. Here. I will brief why Sprocket Rocket never let me down.

For the lomograph above, I use Fuji Astia with ISO 100 and this one I took during evening. I set the camera in sunny day aperture. The lomograph came out wonderful, the light came in just nice, not too overexposed and underexposed.

How about in the mall with low light condition? Don’t worry, Sprocket Rocket can handle it. Tips for beginner out there: Sprocket Rocket loves ISO 400 film, they work well together. I took the lomograph above with Fuji Superia Xtra 400 film and set the camera in sunny days aperture. As you can see, the lomograph is not underexposed.

How about in really dark condition, just small amount of light or during night time? Well, in this case, don’t forget to bring your tripod along, it’s fun to take picture during night time, there’s a lot you can do during night. For instance, making a light trail, or even star trail. Be creative, Sprocket Rocket does not limit your creativity.

For me personally, Sprocket Rocket is a great camera. Sprocket Rocket has been a great companion for me for the past 6 months. What I can say is, Sprocket Rocket is a fun camera and there’s a lot that you can do with this camera and trust me you will never go wrong with this camera. Give it slide film, redscale, negative in any light conditons, Sprocket Rocket can handle it and the most important part is, Sprocket Rocket can take a great lomograph, it will never disappoint you.

What are you waiting for, go grab one of this camera. It is amazing, and it only does wonder to your lomograph. Lomo On !

The Sprocket Rocket is the first wide-angle camera dedicated entirely to sprockets. And with dual winding knobs for easy multiple exposures, there is no limit to your analogue creativity with this panoramic wonder. See the Sprocket Rocket in our Shop!

written by amirulshahrom on 2011-08-15 #gear #review #color-negative #slide-film #panorama #camera-review #lomography #sprocket #user-review #sprocket-rocket

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One Comment

  1. shuttersentinel17
    shuttersentinel17 ·

    Nice article, I have a Sprocket Rocket too!
    Anyway where did you get your Astia? I've been looking for one for quite some time...

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