Nifty Sprocket Rocket camera fills up the frame
This old-school-looking film camera has a couple of nifty tricks up its sleeve to make your shots look more interesting.
The folks over at Lomography have unveiled their latest creation, the Sprocket Rocket. This old-school-looking film camera has a couple of nifty tricks up its sleeve to make your shots look more interesting.
For one, this shooter captures ultra-wide panoramic shots, and the frame measures 72x35mm. This means that on a roll of 36-exposure film, you'll get approximately 18 shots. There are two shutter speeds and aperture settings to allow users to shoot in bright daylight or cloudy weather. If you really need to take pictures at night, there's a hotshoe to accommodate an external flash.
The rewind and advance knobs can be rotated freely to let users create double exposure shots easily, and the unexpected results will no doubt intrigue shutterbugs who like the lomo-effect from toy cameras.
The Sprocket Rocket is available online for $89, or you can check out any of the authorized Lomography stores near your area.
(Source: Crave Asia)