When it comes to photography, I have a weakness for lomography. There is something extremely charming about the vintage and off-kilter effects that lomographic cameras tend to produce. Some even call Lomo shots “happy accidents” as the pictures are over-saturated colors, blurry and edgy. Now one can take funky retro-looking images with a click of a button by getting the Sprocket Rocket Camera. Released right around the shopping season, the Sprocket Rocket Camera makes a great gift for anyone who has an interest in experimental photography. The camera supports standard old 35mm film (remember those) and is also the first wide-angle camera dedicated entirely to sprockets. One can also remix their images by using the on board dual winding knobs. The Lomography Sprocket Rocket can be purchased from the Lomography Shop.