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Disassembly to get to the sensor. Some images are courtesy of lifepixels.com

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  1. I have dust particles underneath the sensor glass, so sensor swabs didn't  help me. I will try to get inside and under the glass. Additionally the EVF is overbright after a drop and maybe can be rearranged in the process. You can spot the dust best if you set the camera to the "A" mode at f/22 and take a picture of the sky You can spot the dust best if you set the camera to the "A" mode at f/22 and take a picture of the sky
    • I have dust particles underneath the sensor glass, so sensor swabs didn't help me. I will try to get inside and under the glass. Additionally the EVF is overbright after a drop and maybe can be rearranged in the process.

    • You can spot the dust best if you set the camera to the "A" mode at f/22 and take a picture of the sky

  2. Start with these two screws. Remember screw sizes and position, there are many different lengths used!
    • Start with these two screws. Remember screw sizes and position, there are many different lengths used!

  3. remove the flash spring as shown and the four screws remove the flash spring as shown and the four screws remove the flash spring as shown and the four screws
    • remove the flash spring as shown and the four screws

  4. Remove this screw
    • Remove this screw

  5. Insert wisdom here.
    • Insert wisdom here.

  6. remove the backplate and remove the ribbon cables remove the backplate and remove the ribbon cables
    • remove the backplate and remove the ribbon cables

  7. remove the 3 screws
    • remove the 3 screws

  8. to remove the sensor more easily you can remove the top bar before to remove the sensor more easily you can remove the top bar before to remove the sensor more easily you can remove the top bar before
    • to remove the sensor more easily you can remove the top bar before

  9. Flash E.Capacitor removal
    • Flash E.Capacitor removal

  10. Remove the 3 screws to get the sensor cover glass off. Be Careful not to let them fall inside the housing. There are extremely strong magnets! Remove the 3 screws to get the sensor cover glass off. Be Careful not to let them fall inside the housing. There are extremely strong magnets!
    • Remove the 3 screws to get the sensor cover glass off. Be Careful not to let them fall inside the housing. There are extremely strong magnets!

Andi

Lid sinds: 21-01-17

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Hello,

and what about Flange back adjustment? Did you solve it somehow?

Štěpán Karásek - Antwoord

Hi, what exactly do you mean? I managed to wipe the sensor clean, but correct reassembly is difficult. I might have missaligned the magnets holding the sensor and now the camera sometimes seems to focus very slow.

Andi -

How do you remove the top case unit or top bar?

Nigel - Antwoord

I need to access the SD card slot, as I am afraid something is stuck in the slot. The camera is giving messages “insert the card again”

vibishika - Antwoord

SD card is known as “delicate” one. Use MicroSD adapter with 2-3 plies of adhesive tape on “title side” over contacts. Plus two 5mm stripes near MicroSD slot. Insert adapter and use two stripes to secure your adapter to battery compartment walls. Never move adapter until you need to replace it. Then only use MicroSD cards with some adhesive tape stripe to pull the card from your new slot. Once properly contacted, adapter will avoid “insert SD card back” message on screen.

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