Bicam III


Flexibellow Maxi III


The Flexi Bellows Maxi III mounts lenses with the Silvestri bayonet without the requirement of a helical focusing ring. The extension capability of the rail together with the advantage of the micrometric focusing extends the versatility of the Bicam 3 in still-life, industrial, architectural photography and in all the other fields where high quality performance is paramount. The Flexi Bellows Maxi III features the lens side shift movements and micrometric tilt and swing movements. Suitable for both Bicam II and Bicam III.

- Tilt 15+15° Micrometric adjustment with locking system.
- Swing 15+15° Micrometric adjustment with locking system.
- Extension: 75mm with click and micrometric adjustment.
- Side Shift 15+15mm.
- Possibility to move back the camera standard in order to clear wide angle lenses.
- Inserts in ebony wood.
- Made in high grade anodized aluminium with movement on trapezoidal rails with Teflon sliding block.
- Code 3002

Lenses on Bayonet for Flexi Bellow Maxi

Table for choosing the right Silvestri bayonet for Rodenstock & Schneider Digital Lenses. See the table ...

Rodenstock & Schneider Digital lenses mounted in Silvestri bayonet

Lens Boards for lenses in helical focusing mount

Code 1117 Lens Board with bayonet Type A (23mm)
Code 1118 Lens Board with bayonet Type S (6,5mm)
Code 1118D Lens Board with bayonet TypeS 10mm Shift(6,5mm)
Code 1119 Lens Board with bayonet Type R (3,5mm)
Code 1120 Lens Board with bayonet Type B (13,65mm)
Code 1121 Lens Board with bayonet Type E (24,8mm)
Code 1122 Lens Board with bayonet Type C (24mm)
Code 1123 Lens Board with bayonet Type F (17,55mm)
Code 1124 Extension Board Type D shift 15+15mm (40,3mm)

View the following combination tables to select the right lens board:

Table for use of Rodenstock lenses and backs

Table for use of Schneider lenses and backs

Schneider Digitar 5,6/24XL in Copal 0 & helical focusing mount, only on special board.


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