One initially experienced disparity was that I seemed to need to focus the picture on the LCD of the attached NEX, as the focus distance markings on the Hasselblad lens themselves didn't match up. Of course, I need to investigate this apparent disparity further.
I would not expect the flange to medium distances to match. However can you focus on something that is effectively at infinity?
Ellis: I've performed further testing, and images focused on distant (infinity) objects on the camera's LCD, and which reproduced sharply on the monitor when processing, in every instance had a flange marking (setting) of 15-feet. I've queried Fotodiox as to whether this disparity hasn't something to do with the (faulty?) manufacture of their Rhinocam adapter for Hasselblad lenses. i haven't heard back yet. While I can take photos all right with the adapter as is, it renders inaccurate the flange's depth-of-field indicator for various apertures. Jim