Once we extricate the LCD and its delicate flex cable, the parts start flying.
First up are the eyepiece and viewfinder frame. The eyepiece slides off for easy swaps; the viewfinder frame is held in place with a few screws.
As a mirrorless camera, the a7R II doesn’t have an optical viewfinder. Instead, the viewfinder uses an XGA (1024 x 768 pixels) OLED screen to provide the user with accurate previews of images.
With some careful hunting, we find a few remaining screws hiding in the battery cavity. We're pretty stoked for a chance to use the telescoping driver handle in our Universal Bit Kit.
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