Stereo Images From Juneau

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MF Cameras
Stereo Mounting
MF Viewer
Digital Twins
Stereo Help
Stereo Methods
TDC Stereo Vivid
NSA 2004


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The A100 is held together with eight cross head screws.  I can say they aren't Posidrive®, but I doubt they are real Philips®.  With that said, my 000 Philips® head screwdriver did the trick perfectly.  There are two different sizes of screws used, so get something like a muffin tin to keep your parts labeled and separate.

Start by removing the CF card, batteries, and the battery door.  Then, it's time to dig in with the screwdriver.

Under the CF door (31147 bytes)


  • Four under the CF/battery door
  • Two on the bottom by the tripod mount
  • Two on the serial port end

Keep them separated as there are two different sizes.  I use a very small fishing lure box to hold all of the various parts and pieces I remove.

Camera body opens like a clam shell (50349 bytes)


  • After removing the screws, the case opens clam shell fashion
  • Take care not to over flex the ribbon cables
  • Release the two ZIF connectors (circled in yellow in the photo to the left) and lift the back free

Part of the beauty of the design becomes clear here.  All of the controls (with two minor exceptions that we will cover shortly) and displays are contained on the back panel.  A big change from the A5 where controls and displays were here, there, and everywhere

Watch for a non-ZIF connected cable (25521 bytes)


There is one more cable to release.  The power switch is combined with the lens cover on the front of the camera.  It's cable comes into the camera core just above the tripod mount and is circled in yellow in the picture to the left.  Pull it straight out of its connector with a very small pair of smooth jawed pliers.  This is not a ZIF socket and you must exercise care not to kill that cable or its connector.

The core lifts out of the front case section, and Bob's your uncle.
The A100 camera core (77951 bytes)

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