Originally Posted by jaapv
In general framelines are accurate only at shortest focussing distance, as the lens is then extended the most. Your 35 mm is at closest focus a 40 mm lens.
Maybe Jaap has a little bit exaggerated, the difference in the focal length may vary about 3-4% only from close-up to infinity, but is is true the angle of view is getting narrower when focusing close.
Generally, rangefinders have very conservative framelines, and show significantly less than what's on the picture, even when at close-up. The R-D1 is said to show 85% inside the framelines, when focused at infinity. Other rf cameras have different reserves, for each frameline, but usually less than 15%.
Even (D)SLR's often show less than 100% in the finder, at least the consumer models. I remember my long time used Konica T3 showed 92%. So having more on the picture than was shown in the finder is a rather common issue. You'll get used to it after a while.