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Lomography Sprocket Rocket

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the design. The usability is also appreciated. Some have doubts about the shutter and flash.

usability, design

value for money, flash, shutter

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Digital Compact Cameras the Lomography Sprocket Rocket is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Lomography Sprocket Rocket

 

The Lomography Sprocket Rocket ($89.99 direct) is a fun 35mm film camera that shoots panoramic shots over the entirety of the film—including the sprocket area around the edges of the film. The camera delivers a panoramic perspective, about twice as...

Fun, unique photos. Panoramic perspective. Inexpensive

Requires specialized scanning for full effect. Flash is necessary for indoor shots

The Lomography Sprocket Rocket shoots wide photos on 35mm film with a unique twist—even the area around the sprocket holes is exposed. It's a fun toy camera, but not every lab can scan the sprocket area.

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Lomography Sprocket Rocket review

 

Analogue camera maker Lomography (or Lomo, to those in the know) has been driving the public's desire for retro cameras for a while now. Following on from the sucess of its first product (the LC-A+) and it's popular Diana F+ and Diana Mini models, the...

Great design, easy to use, excellent photos

Processing can be expensive/awkward

A great snapper that looks good and offers superb images with lots of flexibility

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Lomography Sprocket Rocket

 

The Lomography Society has a huge cult following online, notching up over 350,000 Facebook fans all keen to worship at the altar of analogue.

Easy to insert film ; Takes 35mm ; A good starting point for analogue photography ; Creative effects

Expensive ; Easy to accidentally hit the shutter release

One of the Lomography Society's key principles is that you should always have your Lomo with you for those unexpected moments. This is something we'd recommend with this camera. Pop it into your bag and almost forget about it, take pictures in a...

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Stuff magazine

 

Lomography's super-wide film camera rewinds film as well as time

A cool looking film camera with some neat tricks, but not the most friendly to use

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