Lomography Sprocket Rocket Teal 2.0 worlds only camera that exposes your regular 35 mm film
The Lomography Sprocket Rocket Teal took a few firsts in its plastic body: it had been”the world’s first scenic wide-angle 35mm camera specializing in sprockets” and was the very first movie camera to be fitted with a reverse gear to”rewind and remix” photos with. Owing to the appearance, it exposes the whole field of the function of the movie also –such as the region around the movie sprockets.
Fundamentally, what it implies is that you can shoot super broad snapshots either in single or multiple strikes with movie perforations exposed on top and underside with this particular camera. The first Sprocket Rocket arrived in black. Later on, a line of neon-coloured variations aptly called SUPERPOP! Premiered.
Grab hold of the Sprocket Rocket and let it take you on an
out-of-this-world adventure through time and space. Twist its silver rewind knobs to slice n’ dice together surreal scenes and mix n’ match memories with multiple exposures. All great photographs capture the bigger picture — with its unique 1:3 panoramic aspect ratio, the Sprocket Rocket is made to do just that. Combine that with a wide 30 mm focal length, it offers an impressive 106° field of view. You can even create wider frames using the rewind knobs to seamlessly blend together landscapes and capture sweeping horizons like never before!
Meet the world’s only camera dedicated to soaking up your snaps
across the entirety of 35 mm film, with sprocket holes and all!
This analogue attitude is at the core of the Sprocket Rocket’s and
Lomography’s philosophy — leave no memory uncaptured, no story untold and no film unexposed.
Lomography is devoted to spreading experimental photography around the world. An ode to analogue sincerity, their candid, light leak licked and colour splashed snaps pull at your heartstrings. Lomography is a licence to let loose, not take things too seriously, and to throw away the rule book. There’s a whole lotta magic happening out there and Lomography wants to help you capture it — that’s why they dropped the price of this courageous camera by a massive 20 dollars.
Focal Length: 30 mm
Standard image size: 72 × 35 mm
Frame insert: 70 × 24 mm
Focusing zones: 0,6 m – 1 m, 1 m – infinity.
Shutter Speeds: 1/100, Bulb
Aperture: f/10.8, f/16
Film Stopping Indicator: White Dot
Multiple Exposures: Unlimited
Tripod Mount: Yes
Hot-shoe Mount: Yes