Pixel Clock - E00 (114) * Clock - E01 (115) * HSYNC - E02 (116) VSYNC - E03 (117) D0 - E04 (118) * D1 - E05 (119) * D2 - E06 (120) * D3 - E07 (121) * D4 - E08 (122) * D5 - E09 (123) * D6 - E10 (124) * D7 - E11 (125) * RESET - Power3 (No idea what this means) POWER_ENABLE - NC STANDBY - B10 (10)As best as I can figure out after probing with a multimeter for two hours, the pins from the camera connector (pin 1 nearest the edge of the pcb) are connected to the following:
#1 - NC #2 - POWER #3 -  PB18 / TWI2_SDA (I2C Data) #4 - No Idea #5 -  PB17 / TWI2_SCK (I2C Clock) #6 - No Idea, but has a pullup resistor #7 - No Idea #8 -  PB10 (Standby) #9 - No Idea #10 - (Filter Capacitor) #11 - (Filter Capacitor) #12 -  D7 #13 -  PIXEL CLOCK #14 -  D6 #15 - No Idea #16 -  D5 #17 -  CLOCK #18 -  D4 #19 -  D0 #20 -  D3 #21 -  D1 #22 -  D2 #23 - GND #24 - GNDWhich means I have soldered wires to the wrong place. It looks like the I2C pullup resistors are actually located very close the the CPU. It's going to be a tight squeeze, but what can you do. Here is a shot of the correct placement of the I2C debug wires on the pullup resistors next to the CPU.
DISASTER! I seem to have broken something. I suspect when I pulled the tape off the DDR RAM, it broke a solder joint underneath the chip. All I get now is
HELLO! BOOT0 is starting! boot0 version : 1.3.0 initializing SDRAM Fail.I think my only choice is to attempt to reflow the memory chip with a heat gun. That's it for now. Check in for Part 3 if I can get it working again.