Introduction

The bellows are the part of the camera that may be made of a material that is shiny and looks like the fluid part of an accordion.

Image 1/3: Remove the camera cover in order to make the camera easier to work with. Image 2/3: When collapsing bellows, press down on the metal frame above the bellows. Image 3/3: When collapsing bellows, press down on the metal frame above the bellows.
  • Fully extend the bellows by lifting the #1 lever.

  • Remove the camera cover in order to make the camera easier to work with.

  • When collapsing bellows, press down on the metal frame above the bellows.

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  • Peel the two battery cable tabs off of the bellows.

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Image 1/1: Remove two 2 mm flat head screws, with a 2.5 flathead screwdriver. Then carefully remove the cable cover.
  • Remove one 15.5 mm flat head screw, with a 2.5 flathead screwdriver.

  • Remove two 2 mm flat head screws, with a 2.5 flathead screwdriver. Then carefully remove the cable cover.

  • Use the focus bar to extend bellows even further to access screws easier with the screwdriver.

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  • Open the back cover by pushing the lever on the bottom towards the left.

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Image 1/1: To make the screws easily accessible, close the bellows by pushing on the metal frame.
  • Remove the four 3 mm screws, which are attached to the lens of the camera, using a Phillips #0 screwdriver.

  • To make the screws easily accessible, close the bellows by pushing on the metal frame.

  • When reassembling, orient the camera so that screws are screwed in downward and stay in place.

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  • Carefully use a classic wide metal spudger to bend the tabs of the bellows.

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Image 1/2: Remove the bellows. Image 2/2: Remove the bellows.
  • Pull the bellow tabs back with long needle nose pliers.

  • Remove the bellows.

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Conclusion

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

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