Sprocket Rocket Camera

$89.00

Give It Your Best Shot

Live in the moment with a smart, new camera that snaps it all with analogue charm. Merging two distinct photographic styles that let you see the world through retro lenses--sprocket holes and panoramics--this sleek device offers an adjustable, wide-angle lens and a reverse gear for artfully overlaying new scenes over old frames. Suddenly, everyday moments are captured, remixed and redefined with romanticism. Take it on trips or leave it in your bag for on-a-whim shots. It's a whole new frame of mind.

Compatible with all types of standard 35mm film. Features super-wide angle lens which captures the width of the film (including sprockets), unique dual scrolling knobs for multiple exposures, B-setting for prolonged exposures, zone focusing, flash and built-in tripod thread. Made in China.

Made from
plastic, metal
Measurements
Camera 6.25" W x 3.75" H x 2.75" D; Frame: 72mm x 35mm
Notes
Uses regular 35mm film (not included). Package includes the following: camera, lens cap, tripod/strap screw, booklet and instructional manual, and sprocket blocking frame.
Item ID
20504

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Economy shipping:
within 8 days, arriving no later than the 9th business day after the order was placed.
Standard shipping:
within 4 days, arriving 5 business days after the order was placed.
Preferred shipping:
within 2 days, arriving 3 business days after the order was placed.
Expedited shipping:
within 1 day, arriving 2 business days after the order was placed.
Express shipping:
will ship the same day and arrive 1 business day later.


Sprocket Rocket Camera has been discontinued. When it sells out, it will no longer be available.

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Sprocket Rocket Camera
 
3.5

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5.0

My Sprocket Rocket re-inspired me!

By 

from Boston, MA

About Me Semi-Professional

Pros

  • Creative Inspiring Fun
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Traveling

    Comments about Sprocket Rocket Camera:

    I received one of these cameras last year and absolutely love it, and I am writing this review specifically to contradict Kristie's review on this site. I think it's completely unfair to give a product a 2-star rating because you didn't think to research what you were buying first. No, your average Wal-Mart will not be the best place to take this film for developing. There are, however, dozens of labs across the country that specialize in processing this type of film, including my favorite here: http://thedarkroom.com/ You print out their order form, put the film in an envelope and toss that in the mail. I'm sorry Kristie, that's not hard.

    I enjoy photography, and these Lomography cameras such as the Sprocket Rocket here have reinspired me and made me love it even more. Please understand that these are essentially *experimental* cameras. They are not designed to have amazing or razor-sharp image quality. They are designed to be very unique and creative. They are plastic, and that is a good thing.

    I own a $2500 professional Nikon D3 and an additional $3000 of lenses for it. Yes, I use that a lot, but I almost prefer to take Lomo cameras such as the Sprocket Rocket, Holgan 120N, etc, on family trips. The images I get are so much more fun and inspiring.

    So for anyone looking at this camera, please don't let the other negative review scare you away. It is NOT hard to get this film processed. It's usually about $10 per roll more expensive than if you were getting standard 35mm prints, but it's worth it.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • Yes, Yes
    • Who was the recipient of this product?:
    • Self
    • For what occasion did you purchase this product?:
    • Christmas or Hanukkah

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    2.0

    Cool idea but....

    By 

    from Minnesota

    About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Unique Photo Ability

    Cons

    • Processing Very Difficult

    Best Uses

    • For Hardcore Photographer

    Comments about Sprocket Rocket Camera:

    I will be returning this camera. Because of its uniqueness, the processing of photos requires advanced methods: developing needs to be done somewhere with ability to do custom handling, then need special scanner for converting negatives to pdf files, and then have to print from pdf. Cameras abilities are cool idea, but too much trouble (and extra expense) for us.

    Service and delivery comments:

    Very well packaged and arrived in reasonable time.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • Yes
    • Who was the recipient of this product?:
    • Child
    • For what occasion did you purchase this product?:
    • Christmas or Hanukkah

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