Sprocket rocket what are

For some Lomographers, sprocket-hole photography has long been an obsession. The sprocket holes are basically the small rectangular perforations on 35mm film, located on each edge of the film, and are used to guide the film through the camera from its canister. The Sprocket Rocket allows you to really get the most out of your film by exposing the image on the full length of the film, including and extending past the sprocket holes! So what are you waiting for? Unleash those sprockets!

Sprocket rocket
Sprocket rocket

Panoramic shots are super-wide photos that allow you to capture the entire field of view, not just a small part of it. The Sprocket Rocket is fully equipped with a mouthwatering super wide-angle lens, allowing you to really get the whole picture! Whether you want to fit that stunning cityscape into one frame or have your entire graduation class in one photo, with the Sprocket Rocket's crisp and beautiful panorama function, anything is possible.