A week ago I got myself the new Voigtländer Bessa III. And I just discovered a small issue that concerns me a bit.
The little focus rectangle in the middle of the viewfinder is a bit askew, in that it seems to be slightly rotated 2-3° counter clockwise. It is still a perfect rectangle but just rotated a little. At first sight it just seems to be just a cosmetic issue but at a price of 1800 Euro this shouldn't happen. I also do not know if this could also cause incorrect focusing. I haven't yet developed any negs. I think it is also a little bit disturbing when trying to get the picture perfectly horizontal.
Have you seen anything like this on the Bessa III or any other viewfinder camera? Can you explain how this happens? Maybe this is just normal and I have to live with it? Should I sent the camera in for repair? Should I bother?