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CAMERA PLIERS ROUND / FLAT / PARALLEL / CUTTERS

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ROUND NOSE PLIERS
No matter which brand of Round Nose Pliers you purchase, you will need to reshape the tips to fit the camera, or camera's, you are working on. Most cameras have threaded plates and threaded collars with holes or notches that require round nose pliers to remove and each one has a different size. Be prepared to reshape the tips on your round nose pliers by making them smaller or larger, or making them square, with a Dremel tool and mini files.




This is the Wubbers ProLine Jewelry Making Pliers (Round Nose). Round nose pliers are necessary to remove most camera top covers. Round nose pliers will usually need to have their tips reshaped to fit threaded plate covers and threaded collars.



This is the EURO TOOL (PLR-1235) Classic Wubbers Round Nose Pliers. Round nose pliers are necessary to remove most camera top covers. Round nose pliers will usually need to have their tips reshaped to fit threaded plate covers and threaded collars.



This is the Baby Wubbers Quality Fine Round Nose Jeweller's Pliers. Round nose pliers are necessary to remove most camera top covers. Round nose pliers will usually need to have their tips reshaped to fit threaded plate covers and threaded collars.



This is the Jewelry Plier Pro Line Round Long Nose Smooth Jaws 5-1/4". Round nose pliers are necessary to remove most camera top covers. Round nose pliers will usually need to have their tips reshaped to fit threaded plate covers and threaded collars.



This is the Round Nose Pliers 5.1/4'' | schmitz 4231HS22. Round nose pliers are necessary to remove most camera top covers. Round nose pliers will usually need to have their tips reshaped to fit threaded plate covers and threaded collars.




FLAT NOSE PLIERS
I mostly use Flat Nose Pliers to straighten out a bend in small camera parts. It could be something like a top cover or an electronic contact. It's best if Flat Nose Pliers are under 5 inchs long. I do have a larger set, but the jaws are often too wide for small camera parts. A smaller set of flat nose pliers works best for camera repairs.




This is the Baby Wubbers Flat Nose Jeweler's Pliers. I find many uses for a set of small flat nose pliers on my work desk. I mostly use them to straighten out bends in camera parts.



This is the Lindstrom Ergonomic Pliers, Flat Nose, Smooth Jaw - RX 7490. I find many uses for a set of small flat nose pliers on my work desk. I mostly use them to straighten out bends in camera parts.



This is the Flat Nose Pliers 5.1/2'' | schmitz 4321HS22. I find many uses for a set of small flat nose pliers on my work desk. I mostly use them to straighten out bends in camera parts.




OTHER PLIERS
Here are a few more pliers I find useful in my camera repair work.




This is the New Bastex 4 in 1 Snap Ring Pliers Set for Removal of Retaining Clip. Many cameras have retaining clips of some type that need to be removed to take off the top cover, or to remove a lever on the mirror cage. Quite often you have to reshape the plier tips with a Dremel tool to remove the retaining clip.



This is the CHANNELLOCK, 926, 6.25" INTERNAL/EXTERNALRETAINING RING PLIER. Many cameras have retaining clips of some type that need to be removed to take off the top cover, or to remove a lever on the mirror cage. Quite often you have to reshape the plier tips with a Dremel tool to remove the retaining clip.



This is the 6-3/4" Brass-Lined Jaw Parallel Action Flat Nose Pliers with Adjustable Jaw Stop. I don't use this tool very often, but it does come in handy to get a flat grip on a camera part that I need to work on.



This is the Hakko CHP PN-20-M Steel Super Specialty Pointed Nose Micro Pliers with Smooth Jaws, 1.0mm Nose. I don't own this tool, but it looks handy with that 1.0mm nose. Cameras like Nikons have a 1.0mm center screw on the speed dial that this tool could help remove



This is the Hakko CHP TR-20-SM-D Slim Head Micro Soft Wire Cutter, Flush-cut, 2.0mm Hardened Carbon Steel Construction. Sometimes you need to cut a camera wire due to corrosion and replace it.