These are good for any make of camera:
Tools: jewelers screwdriver set. small adjustable wrench. spanner wrench for retainer rings.
Examples: http://www.amazon.com/Stanley-66-039...rs+screwdriver , http://www.amazon.com/Crescent-Adjus...ustable+wrench , http://www.skgrimes.com/products/spanner-wrench
Cleaner/degreaser: Electronic contact cleaner such as http://www.crcindustries.com/auto/?s=05103. Isopropyl Alcohol. Naphtha provided it is not used on plastic or rubber parts. Many will suggest lighter fluid which contains naphtha but it leaves an oily residue.
Do not use cleaners such as denatured alcohol as it will dissolve adhesives and may remove protective coatings on shutter and aperture blades, lacquer thinner as it will remove protective coatings on parts and may remove some paints or varnishes.
Lubricants: White lithium grease where grease is called for. Clock/watch oil, gun oil, or similar oil for precision devices. I use TriFlow http://www.triflowlubricants.com/Tri...Lubricant.html .
All shutters have a delay gear train consisting of several small parts in a housing and is serviced as a unit. Some have limited adjustment while others have two or more adjustment points. Most shutters adjust the delay for the 1 second setting only and other speeds by swedging or filling the speed selector ring, Compur adjust for the 1 second and 1/15 second settings with newer ones adjusting for the 1/500 second setting also.