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Made between 1976 and 1991.
3x magnification with an adjustable dioptre correction between -2.5 and +3.5.
The PME90 and PM90 prism were designed as low profile prisms.
It is particularly suitable for use with 6×4.5 (A16) back, as the camera can easily be rotated 90 degrees and the prism can still easily be used.
This PME90 has a built in light meter with an LCD display within the viewfinder. It is powered by a lithium CR123A battery. It has multiple metering modes, including a built in incident meter.
Full manual is available here – https://drive.google.com/a/camleyphotographic.com/file/d/0B4-unsDBzbGgNE40TmlIdGpRRWs/view?usp=sharing
The magnification of the viewing screen by the focusing hood magnifier with this model is 4.5x times, a significant improvement over ther older models 2.5x times. Further more, it opens and closed more easily than the previous version.
This WLF has a +2.0 dioptre adjustment panel. The original neutral lens is not supplied.
The official name is ‘Prism Viewfinder with Exposure Meter’. It was introduced in 1971 and was last listed in the catalogues in 1982, replaced by the PME/VFC-6. The supplier of the prism was probably Zeiss Ikon.
Polaroid backs cannot be used when this prism is on the camera.
A specific screen for the 203FE camera. It has a ring of fine dots indicating the central weighted exposure zone.
It can be used on any Hasselblad camera and the dots just ignored.