Introduction

The lens allow for clear and consistent previews for what you are filming. Thus image quality can be compromised if either lens is compromised; maintenance of this component easy yet critical.

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  • Remove all the 4.3mm screws on the bottom using a J000 Phillips screwdriver. There should be seven screws (4 silver, 2 black).

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  • Remove the 5mm #0 Phillips screws on the underside of the LCD tuck-a-way.

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  • Remove the 2mm #0 Phillips screw behind the battery.

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  • Open the dvd cover and remove the 3 4.3mm phillips screws. Including ones in the corners that may be hidden.

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  • Once all the screws are removed you can safely pry open the camera case using a spudger.

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Image 1/1: Remove the four 4.3mm Phillips #0 screws pictured.
  • Take the half of camera containing both lens components and turn front portion towards you.

  • Remove the four 4.3mm Phillips #0 screws pictured.

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  • Remove front lens and inspect for "dirt," smudges. or scratches. Use discretion, if lens appears too damaged, replace part.

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  • Gently pull lens housing to expose housing channel.

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  • With the pointed end of a plastic spudger, press latch located on the side of rear lens housing.

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  • Once loosened gently pull and remove lens housing. The lens should now be free to inspect and replace.

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Conclusion

In order to reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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