Small Phillips Screwdriver
Soft Pry tool (optional but recommended)
Grounding strap with current limit resistor
Grounded work mat (optional but recommended)
Sensor wet cleaning solution and tissue
Capacitor Discharge Tool (optional but recommended)
Welcome to the DIY tutorial of the FujiFilm X100S. Before you get started, be sure to be grounded to avoid any static damage to the electronic components.
Turn the camera where the bottom is facing you and remove the two screws as indicated. The other 4 screws hold the silver frame that is underneath the panel. No need to touch those.
Once the above steps are complete, now here comes the fun part. Remove the 4 screws as indicated. This will loosen up the LCD panel.
Once you have released the 3 cables from their connections, now remove the 3 screws that hold down the sensor.
You have made it! Congratulations on your long journey to the finale! You are now an expert at disassembling your Fujifilm camera. The IR filter is attached to the lens, not the sensor, in this case. Replace the blue filter with any desired filter of your choice, and follow the steps backwards to close up the camera. Best of luck!