Introduction

This is a step by step teardown of a Logitech webcam which is helpful if you are trying to build a stereo camera and remove the infrared filter or even simply adjust the focus.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Logitech 2-MP Webcam C600, use our service manual.

Image 1/3: Remove Camera from the box Image 2/3: Pull to remove the base Image 3/3: Pull to remove the base

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Image 1/3: Green arrow indicates the location of screw hole Image 2/3: Use a #0 Phillips head screwdriver to remove the screw Image 3/3: Use a #0 Phillips head screwdriver to remove the screw
  • Pry off the button mounted on the side

  • Green arrow indicates the location of screw hole

  • Use a #0 Phillips head screwdriver to remove the screw

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Image 1/3: The lens can be screwed and unscrewed to adjust focus. However it is glued in place and should be reglued after adjustment Image 2/3: The lens can be screwed and unscrewed to adjust focus. However it is glued in place and should be reglued after adjustment Image 3/3: The lens can be screwed and unscrewed to adjust focus. However it is glued in place and should be reglued after adjustment
  • Remove the screw indicated by the green arrows

  • The lens can be screwed and unscrewed to adjust focus. However it is glued in place and should be reglued after adjustment

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Image 1/3: The infrared filter is accessible from the back of the lens module. It is the shiny piece of reddish glass. Image 2/3: The infrared filter is accessible from the back of the lens module. It is the shiny piece of reddish glass. Image 3/3: The infrared filter is accessible from the back of the lens module. It is the shiny piece of reddish glass.
  • The screws indicated by the blue arrows hold the lens module in place

  • The infrared filter is accessible from the back of the lens module. It is the shiny piece of reddish glass.

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Image 1/2: The [http://www.dpreview.com/learn/?/key=sensor+sizes|ccd sensor] appears to be 1/3.2" Type sensor with 4:3 aspect ratio. With is 4.536mm x 3.416mm. Focal length is currently undetermined. Image 2/2: The lens is threaded M10x0.5, and testing seems to indicate that the sensor is a CCD with global shutter.
  • Attached to the white plastic is the privacy shade position sensor.

  • The ccd sensor appears to be 1/3.2" Type sensor with 4:3 aspect ratio. With is 4.536mm x 3.416mm. Focal length is currently undetermined.

  • The lens is threaded M10x0.5, and testing seems to indicate that the sensor is a CCD with global shutter.

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