My trusty Canon PowerShot s400 just died an inexplicable death. Probably something to do with the salt water in Montenegro. Or the kids. But rather than simply let it tarnish in a dustry drawer, I thought to take a closer look inside. What amazed me most was that, after loosening 20-something miniscule screws the camera simply UNFOLDS. It's an astonishing bit of silicon origami. I didn't need to cut any ribbons, break and solder or permanently damage anything to get all the major components completely unravelled. And the final kicker is that the self-contained imaging unit (lens, autofocus and senor), when completly disconnected from the rest of the camera...still looks like a mini camera. True beauty in the details. Enjoy the photos.