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Introduction

Before disassembling, unplug the Camera from the PS4.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your PlayStation Camera, use our service manual.

Image 1/3: Unscrew two PH0 Screws and pull off the cable holder. Image 2/3: Unscrew two PH0 Screws and pull off the cable holder. Image 3/3: Unscrew two PH0 Screws and pull off the cable holder.
  • There are two PH0 Screws in the socket which hold the cable.

  • Unscrew two PH0 Screws and pull off the cable holder.

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  • The next two PH0 Screws are located BEHIND the two polycarbonate-plates of the two camera-lenses. Take a sharp tweezer and stab under that plate. The plates are glued with a sticky tape to the housing. These plates are very fragile and will break if handled incautious.

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Image 1/1: This was the easy part.
  • Ja there is one.

  • This was the easy part.

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  • There are many clips in there.

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  • Encore two photos where to locate these nasty clips

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Image 1/3: There are four silver screws, PH0. Image 2/3: Four microphones, two with black/yellow cables and two with black/red wiring. Image 3/3: Four microphones, two with black/yellow cables and two with black/red wiring.
  • The other half of the housing is attached to a solid U-Frame with the electronics.

  • There are four silver screws, PH0.

  • Four microphones, two with black/yellow cables and two with black/red wiring.

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Image 1/2: Detail of the plug. Image 2/2: Detail of the plug.
  • The backside of the U-frame. The cable is not soldered, there is a plug.

  • Detail of the plug.

Whats the make of the cable.. What do I search for in order to buy a new one

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  • 6 PH1 screws. Take a small magnet to hold them.

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  • The connector of the mikrophone-array

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Image 1/3: NOT ADJUSTABLE. Image 2/3: NOT ADJUSTABLE. Image 3/3: NOT ADJUSTABLE.
  • The lenses, plastic, glued tight.

  • NOT ADJUSTABLE.

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Image 1/2: I want to save it as spare-part, so i don't want to open it. So here is finito capito. :) Thanks for watching... Image 2/2: I want to save it as spare-part, so i don't want to open it. So here is finito capito. :) Thanks for watching...
  • Backside, two small PH0 at each CCD. But the Cameramodules are clued to the board,too - without destruction, you can not open it.

  • I want to save it as spare-part, so i don't want to open it. So here is finito capito. :) Thanks for watching...

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Image 1/1: It's an USB3 cable without green/white Pimf. There are three SEPARATE ISOLATED metalfoil shields with wire, red-black-power and two Pimf yellow/blue and orange/green. So ja, thats it. Paulaner.
  • Extra: The wiring.

  • It's an USB3 cable without green/white Pimf. There are three SEPARATE ISOLATED metalfoil shields with wire, red-black-power and two Pimf yellow/blue and orange/green. So ja, thats it. Paulaner.

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Schwarzstein

Member since: 07/15/2013

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Only 7 steps? Where is the rest of the teardown? I wanted to see detailed images of the optics.

Alexandru Voda - Reply

Ja, okay, i made some pictures for you. The optics are in Step 10.

Enjoy.

Freundliche Grüsse. :)

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