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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.
Viewing is on a viewfinder screen adapter, code: 41057 (included), preferably through a magnifier (not included). However, any viewfinder or prism can be used.
Tilt: Most 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 shots (check your lens before buying). The angle of tilt is plus or minus 30 degrees.
Comes with original carry case, screen adapter with an acute matte grid screen, 10 degree and 20 degree correction slides, case, original instruction manual (not photographed). PDF instructions can be supplied upon request.
Cosmetic: The black covering on the screen adpater case is degraded and has peeled off.
Mechanical: This FlexBody is in excellent condition and is fully working. The bellows are light safe and have no tears. The whole kit only shows very minimal signs of wear.
Cosmetic Condition: 3
(Very minimal signs of wear.)
Functional Condition: E
(Everything functioning. Major functions have recently been professionally tested.)