The camera shoots a 106º field of view across the width of 2 standard 24x36mm frames, and it also exposes the sprocket holes. Like the Lomokino, the results leave the viewer in no doubt that they pictures were shot using an analogue, film camera.
Like many Lomography products, the camera is entirely plastic, including the lens, but when the light is good, results are pretty cool. In true Lomography style, it’s not a camera for people that like to be in complete control of their shots.
The user can select either BULB or NORMAL shutter speed, SUNNY or CLOUDY aperture settings and focus at <1m or 1m-∞. But the camera’s neatest trick is that film can be wound forwards or backwards at will, meaning that frames can be overlapped, exposed multiple times and in any sequence.
Anyway, the same subject matter as the other roll this week – that is Emily’s first week as bipedal! Oh, and some cows that live at the bottom of our garden, much to Emily’s delight.
Lomography Sprocket Rocket, Kodak TMax 400, Ilford Ilfotec HC for 6:30, scanned at home.
Previously on 52 Rolls: