Overall, I found that the Sprocket Rocket can be quite temperamental. The exposure is all over the place. I do have a flash for the Sprocket Rocket which I've used with the next roll of film I've put in it (black & white) so I'll post the results in another year when I finally get that roll developed. Something to keep in mind when using this camera is that you only get 12 pictures per 24 exposure roll of film. The width of the frame is nearly double the width of a regular 4 x 6 photograph. Also, I'd make sure that you switch off bulb mode after the shot you take - I think mine was accidentally left on for numerous shots which is why they've turned out so blurry.
Let me know what you think of the results and if you want to try out the Sprocket Rocket.
|View from my balcony on a morning with the most beautiful sunrise I'd ever seen.|
|Beach - This isn't what I intended to capture but I think this is really eerie and cool.|
|Christmas Lights '13 | Bulb Mode|
|Tom - Christmas Day '13. Unfortunately the shutter went off too late with this one so it was very overexposed and didn't capture the moment I wanted to.|
|Selfie Fail. This picture is really weird and creepy but I thought I'd show you it anyway because you this camera is quite temperamental and you've got to take the bad with the good, right?|
|View from home - This is an edited version as the original was extremely overexposed.|
|Selfie | Bulb Mode|
|Paper cranes - I'd made 1000 of them in 2013.|
|I'm really happy with this picture. It was a disco light with the camera on bulb mode. I was hoping to capture pretty much exactly this.|
|View from home on a not so nice day.|