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How to Clean, Upgrade, Repair, Mod, Disassemble a Nikon Camera

Do you want to personalize or repair your camera made by ? Here is a collection of free do-it-yourself take apart instructions, disassembly pictures, upgrade and repair manuals, as well as modding and cleaning tutorials for cameras. If you have written a guide yourself (or if you know of tips and tricks not mentioned here), please submit a new entry.

Nikon CoolPix L10 [external link]An unofficial disassembly and repair guide, with many detailed picturesm, tips and tricks.
Nikon CoolPix P1 [external link]A Wifi camera and exposed and abused. Seth Fogie exposes the internal mysteries of the digital camera for your viewing pleasure.
Nikon CoolPix S1000PJ [external link]This teardown provides a look inside the digital compact camera and should not be used as disassembly instructions.
Nikon CoolPix S1000PJ [external link] [video]Are you curious how Nikon packaged everything into this little device, so tear it apart.
Nikon D-70 [external link]A replacement for the sparsely available Nikon ML-L1 and ML-L3 IR infrared remote controls. Like the original remotes, this very simple circuit allows you to remotely release the D70 shutter or do a bulb exposure while avoiding camera shake. It should also work with other Nikon (d)SLR's, provided they are supported by the ML-L1 or ML-L3. The circuit uses a PIC12F675 microcontroller from Microchip's PIC series.
Nikon D-70 [external link]Increase the red and infrared response of the camera, modification procedure and evaluation.
Nikon D-200 [external link]Enjoy GPS position tagged photography: a cheap homemade solution featuring the MC-35.
Nikon D-200 [external link]How to make a GPS mount and cable. The cable is in essence the same thing as the Nikon MC-35, but much cheaper.

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