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The flexbody was introduced in 1995 with the features of a tilting plane and rising lens, similar to a small view camera.
Can be used with any Hasselblad back, finder and lens. Almost all Hasselblad lenses have some excess coverage to provide an image circle that can be used when modest tilt and rise is need, e.g. for architectural pictures. The angle of tilt is plus or minus 30 degrees is available.
Viewing done using the supplied viewfinder screen adapter. In addition any standard prism, magnifier or waist level finder can be added.
Instructions, two correction slides, gridded Acute Matte screen (though there is some residue to the edges of the screen) and rear Multi-Control cover. It looks like a previous owner has removed the screen from the finder, then glued it back in and got a little glue on the edges of the screen. These are very expensive parts, so the camera has been priced taking this into account.
Cosmetic: Used. Some wear, especially to the accessories.
Mechanical: Fully working.
Cosmetic Condition: 5
(Complete, but showing signs of normal use or age.)
Functional Condition: E
(Everything functioning. Major functions have recently been professionally tested.)