Introduction

This is fairly straight forward, and something you may do in the normal use of your camera. It is even in the manual.

Removing the eyepiece is easy.  There are two methods, you can do it yourself, or put it in your camera bag a dozen times and at least once, it will fall off. Grip the eyepiece by the sides firmly (index finger and thumb).  Wiggle it upwards until it is off.
  • Removing the eyepiece is easy. There are two methods, you can do it yourself, or put it in your camera bag a dozen times and at least once, it will fall off.

  • Grip the eyepiece by the sides firmly (index finger and thumb). Wiggle it upwards until it is off.

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Black Friday
Broken doesn't stand a chance.
Open the battery door Rotate the door so the one side of the hinge pops out (see photo #2)
  • Open the battery door

  • Rotate the door so the one side of the hinge pops out (see photo #2)

  • Slide other pin out (it pops out the same, but this is easier)

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

Rubber grips will require adhesive. (I havent gotten this far, I assume rubber cement / double stick tape may work)

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Eric D

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But how do you REPLACE the rubber eye piece? Mine seems to be NOT glued, but in a tract of sorts.

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