Lomography's Sprocket Rocket 35mm Film Camera is an ultra wide-angle film camera that delivers a unique photographic look, with sprocket holes (used to advance the film and usually invisible in photos) and dual winding knobs that allow you move the film backwards and forwards in the camera, for easy multiple exposures. This petite powerhouse shows you a lot in its wide angle of view, and lets you do a lot using the winding knobs and sprockets.
It's simple to use: it has two shutter settings--N-1/100 for daylight shots and "B" (Bulb) for unlimited long exposures. It has two aperture settings: f/10.8 and f/16. It has two focus settings--0.6-1m for close-up pictures and 1m to infinity for everything (the ultra wide-angle lens keeps almost everything in focus). A built-in universal hot shoe allows you to light your pictures using flash, and the built-in tripod screw means you can always steady your camera on a tripod. So, what's not to like?
- Uses all kinds of 35mm film (color negatives, slide, black & white, redscale)
- Super-wide angle 30mm lens captures entire width of film including sprocket holes!
- Scrolling knobs allow easy multiple exposures
- Zone focusing
- Hotshoe for flash and standard tripod screw