For the sake of showing it off, here's my Camera Repair shelf which houses all my supplies for tweaking, repairing, and DIY-ing.
The top Drawer is Short-Term Storage; used for the most frequently used tools and bits.
The second drawer is Hardware; screws, washers, springs, leatherette, Velcro, heat shrink tubes, etc.
Third drawer is Tools; Dremel and bits, socket wrench, hex wrench set, super glue, solder, thread tapping tool and misc drill bits.
Fourth drawer is WIP projects; basically anything I'm halfway through that I will probably finish at a later date
Fifth drawer is Camera parts; which is currently housing a few leaf shutters and lens boards
The last drawer is for Deep Storage; anything that will most likely not be needed any time soon but still needs a home.
Lastly I included a shot of some of my solvents, lens cleaners and glue of choice.
Finally getting caught up on my backlog! The #Camera#projectoftheday yesterday (and early this morning if I’m being forthright) was this #Nikon#D3100 that I acquired a while back from a fellow for 30 bucks. He treated it like shite so I had to replace the cracked back body with a used component from eBay. He also managed to get what I can only assume is soda 🥤 inside the finder optical elements. All three of them! How?! Some also got on the prism mirror and corroded a couple of ugly black splotches. Luckily they’re just a nuisance and the optics are reasonably clean now. The mode selector switch was also wonky, but a quick clean of the brush contacts fixed that issue. Probably also soda. People. Sometimes I wish they’d take better care of their stuff, but then what would I have to fix?