Reviews and Problems with Lomography Sprocket Rocket
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5 September 2011
Conclusion: In terms of controls, you won't find many on board, just a shutter release, the ability to switch between "normal" (1/100th second) and a Bulb mode. It doesn't come with an inbuilt flash, but there is a hotshoe on top of the camera for mounting such accessories.
Pros: Easy to insert film, Takes 35mm, A good starting point for analogue photography, Creative effects
Cons: Expensive, Easy to accidentally hit the shutter release
Conclusion: The Lomography Sprocket Rocket shoots wide photos on 35mm film with a unique twist—even the area around the sprocket holes is exposed. It's a fun toy camera, but not every lab can scan the sprocket area.