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Introduction

Removing the lens mount is a quick process that is fully outlined by this guide.

Image 1/2: If the camera is on, rotate the power switch on top of the camera counterclockwise to turn the camera off. Image 2/2: If the camera is on, rotate the power switch on top of the camera counterclockwise to turn the camera off.
  • We need to turn off the camera because we are removing components that could get damaged if the power is still on.

  • If the camera is on, rotate the power switch on top of the camera counterclockwise to turn the camera off.

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Image 1/1: Slide the switch on the bottom of the camera grip towards the lens to open the battery door.
  • Flip the camera over such that the power switch points down.

  • Slide the switch on the bottom of the camera grip towards the lens to open the battery door.

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  • With the battery door open, push the blue lever in the battery compartment to release the battery.

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Image 1/1: Pull the card out with your fingers.
  • To the left of the battery compartment, the SD card needs to be pushed down slightly with your fingers, which will cause the card to eject.

  • Pull the card out with your fingers.

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Image 1/2: Press the button located next to silver lens mount and rotate the lens counterclockwise. Image 2/2: Pull the lens away from the camera body.
  • First, turn the camera upside down.

  • Press the button located next to silver lens mount and rotate the lens counterclockwise.

  • Pull the lens away from the camera body.

  • After removing the lens, replace the lens or attach the body cap as soon as possible to prevent damage to the shutter.

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  • With the front of the camera facing you, remove the four silver #00 Phillips screws from the metal lens mount.

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  • Remove these three layers from the lens mount with your finger or by turning the camera face down.

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  • Remove the two newly visible #00 screws within the metal ring.

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  • Remove the final metal ring from the mount.

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Conclusion

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

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