Sprocket Rocket Lomography Camera – A Wild Wide View –

Sprocket Rocket, an all-plactic camera from Lomography, allows you to shoot panoramic images on film. It boasts a super wide angle lens made of plastic. So, do not expect technically perfect images from this camera, but it can give loads of fun. The camera also allows you to shoot multiple-exposure images easily. You can rewind the film and mix your photos. Since you can only see the final result much later, use your imagination when mixing the images.

Sprocket Rocket Lomography camera

And yes, you can do selfie too. A wild wide selfie.

Sprocket Rocket Lomography Camera

Selfie with a friend in Haji Lane. Sprocket Rocket and Kodak Gold 200 film.

The camera has no battery and it has only two aperture settings, f/10.8 (cloudy) and f/16 (sunny). So, you need a lot of light if you are shooting on low ISO film like 100 or 200. Go out during a sunny day for best result. Having said that, I just bought an ISO 1600 film yesterday for me to shoot under a low light condition. Will use this for my Hong Kong trip next week. Stay tuned for images from Hong Kong.

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So, here are more images. Enjoy!

Sprocket Rocket Lomography

Sprocket Rocket

Sprocket Rocket

Sprocket Rocket selfie

Sungei Road Flea Market - Sprocket Rocket

Sungei Road flea market.


Sungei Road Flea Market - Sprocket Rocket

Sungei Road Flea Market


Sungei Road Flea Market - Sprocket Rocket

Sungei Road flea market


Rochor Centre Singapore - Sprocket Rocket

Rochor Centre, the multi-coloured hues housing blocks in the background will be demolished soon to make way for a new expressway.


Kampong Glam - Sprocket Rocket

Kampong Glam, Singapore.


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