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Not sure if this belongs here but... I'm looking to buy the Sprocket Rocket (Lomography). I hope someone can shed some light on this type of camera.
After I finish the film, can I develop them myself?
There's this "DigitalLIZA scanning mask." I'm not too sure how it works. Do you just put the film into it then scan it onto the computer to get the photos?
Thanks in advance.
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Sorry, I don't know, but hopefully someone else can help! if you find out, let us know!
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I have a sprocket rocket which I bought recently for a bit of playing about with film, but handt even thought about scanning the negative.
I found this link on the lomography microsite: http://microsites.lomography.com/digita ... izer-works
and sure sounds like you just need the mask plus a backlit scanner.
I live round the corner from a lomo store so may go and see if they have it in stock and give it a whirl.
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