Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Sprocket Rocket.

Film photography geeks and fantatics - Ever got your pretty pictures developed, grabbed the negatives and thought "Jeez, look at all that free space beyond the sprocket holes!". If only there was some way to take an image and extend it past the holes, exposing the ENTIRE width of the film?

Well it seems that the fun-loving photographic geniuses over at Lomography have come up with a way to do just that. Say hello to the Sprocket Rocket - a luscious new analogue offering from Lomography that brings together panoramic shots and this newfound, revolutionary sprocket-exposing technology in a handy little plastic bundle of joy. 
With manual forwarding and rewinding knobs allowing you to go wild with multiple exposures, it's never been easier (or more fun!) to get those dreamy, colour-drenched images that you crave. Annnnd, with the release of their new Superpop! range, you can now grab the lovely Sprocket Rocket in neon shades of yellow, green, orange and blue as well as the original black and white editions. So what are you waiting for? Get snappin'!

Lomography Sprocket Rocket cameras, £79. Available from the Lomography online store