Good news for Fuji RF 670 and Bessa III RF viewers or owners. The recent edition of "Réponses Photo" (France) has a three or four page review of the Bessa III model by Phillipe Bachelier. There may have been other reviews, but I am not aware of them. The camera has received their top achat (top buy) rating (85/100), if that means anything. Perhaps more importantly, the shutter is rated as one of the quietist around (better than Mamiya 7 or Leica M film cameras) and the lens (Heliar, 6 element) is rated very good over all the field from widest aperture down and excellent at f5.6 (diffraction becomes significantly noticeable only at f22). Less highly rated were the distance varying parallax compensating lines (only two, compared to Leica's moving frame) and the fact the VF shows only 90% of what you get (an RF problem in any case). A bit longer (3/4 inch) in the long dimension, but otherwise of similar bulk and less heavy (1 kilo versus 1.2 kilos) than the Mamiya 7, possibly due to ample use of plastics (my deduction). The Fuji variant is apparently available in NA as well. Does anyone know whether its lens is identical or not to the Cosina-Voigtlander one? Although Fuji designed the camera, and it would seem likely the lens formulae would be similar, I haven't seen anything in that respect stated to date and that might be important to some considering the Fuji model.