Step 2: Gutting Your Camera
You need to open up your camera and get the capacitor, flash bulb, and main circuit board. All cameras are a little bit different so it is hard to describe this very well. However, in most cameras the flash bulb is connected to the main circuit board usually so is the capacitor and battery contacts. When you are taking your camera apart you want to look carefully at the switch. Cheap cameras usually have two buttons. One is the main power button, and the other is the take picture button. The main power button should be left on (you might need to wire around it) and the flash button should be disconnected and have wires attached between it and the circuit board where it was connected. This would probably be a good time to test your camera and make sure you haven't broken anything, Warning!!!! Be carefull of the capacitor. The capacitor may hold a charge when you open the camera, and it certainly will once you have tested your circuit.