Hi Guys--Rusty may jump in here and correct me, but I believe that Fischer's race skis currently come from the factory with .7 degree base edge bevel, 2.75 degree side edge bevel.
These precise bevels are pretty difficult to duplicate with most home equipment, and few shops have equipment adjustable to 1/100ths of a degree. But really, the optimal bevel is a matter of personal preference, as well as the conditions of the moment. Don't be TOO concerned about trying to duplicate a factory tune, or tuning according to manufacturers' recommendations.
In general, if you want your skis to hold better on ice and hard snow, increase the side-edge bevel. If you want the skis to be more forgiving of error (but less grippy), increase the base-edge bevel. Also, remember that large bevels require removing a fair amount of the steel on the edges, potentially reducing the ski's life. And large side-edge bevels are more fragile, more prone to damage from rocks, and require re-sharpening more often.
Fischers come extremely well-tuned, and unlike many manufacturers, the bevels on their high-end skis and race skis(.7/2.75) are not conservative. The large side-bevel helps the ski hold tenaciously, and the minimal base-edge bevel makes it fairly unforgiving. It's a tune for someone who likes to be on edge. Do a lot of flat-ski slipping and sliding, and you're likely to catch an edge. Yes, you can go even less on the base and more on the side, if you want to, but most manufacturers typically tune their skis for a more forgiving, more easily-skidded ride.