If you look at the two photos of the Storetind's tips-
one shows the "static" rocker of the tip- with the camber uncompressed;
the other shows the "Nordic" rocker with the camber compressed.https://www.asnes.com/produkt/storetind-carbon-2/
Similarly- the tail on this ski opens up a bit with the camber compressed- can see it in the two photos of the tails- is this a Nordic-rockered tail?
There is not a photo of the uncompressed camber of this ski on that webpage.
What I can report is that this ski has a stiff single camber (Alpine camber- not as high a camber as the S-Bounds/Madshus XCDs). When I hold the two skis together- uncompressed- the profile of the skis look just like Voile's photos of the "hybrid" rocker (without tail rocker) on skis like the Objective and Vector.
I don't think there is any way to judge the camber-rocker profiles of the current Falketinds and Tinds without asking Asnes specific questions- and/or perhaps getting a subscription to UTE magazine...Asnes' photos just don't do it- and, much seems to get lost in translation on the English website...
What seems clear to me is that all of these skis- Falketind 62/68; Tind 76/85- are different- with different design intent. In other words, they are not just wider versions of the same skis.
The Falketind 62 has serious sidecut, rockered tip, carbon reinforcement, single camber, and a XC track groove
- this is a VERY different ski than the wider FT68...