Go to RS and get some Solder Braid(or solder wick). Lay the end of the braid on the solder you want to remove and then lay your soldering iron on top of the braid. The iron will heat up the solder and the braid will suck it up.
They sell rolls of braided copper material for removing solder. You place the material over the solder you want removed, place your iron on top of it to heat it up, and the solder wicks into it. Works pretty good, but you still have to be careful not to get things too hot. RS carries it I know.
That solder wick stuff works ok, but sometimes it gets messy. I always use a solder sucker, they run about $6-10, and are great for removing thru-hole components too. You can get them as RS, or any other electronics store.
Thanks guys on the tips. The solder sucker did o.k., but the wick took care of the problem. Camera works fine now. Preparing my box, hope to have this thing in the woods by this week-end.:smile-yellow: