The Sprocket Rocket looks like a clown camera. Mine is in "look at me" orange. Clown. Everything about this camera looks like it should squirt water out the lens.
The Sprocket Rocket is a toy camera in every way. The controls are limited to two aperture settings one for sun and one for clouds; two shutter settings N for normal and B for bulb. The lens gives a 106 degree panorama view. Rewind is a knob and lining up a dot in a window tells you when you have advanced the correct amount. The shutter does not depend on the film advance to reset, so you can expose the film as many times as you want (or don't want). The back is held in place by two clips that look like they would catch in a bag and open the back very easily. The lens is soft at the edges. Toy Camera/Clown Camera.
The film is expose in panorama including the sprockets (thus the name). Not sure that every lab can do this but I sent mine to THE DARKROOM in California with a note and they cut and scanned it properly. There are a few recurring dust spots that are not on the negative so must have been on the scanner but they got the sprockets.
Not a quality built camera I am going to use for most things but a fun toy for specific shots. I love the sprocket effect. It makes me wonder why all film is not scanned with the sprockets. I found a used one but you can still buy them new. Go for the black, not the orange unless the orange goes better with the rest of your clown suit.
Lens: Fixed 30mm f10.8
Film: expired FuijColor 400