Several images from today's shooting with the near-finished camera. I'm still working on finishing the removable viewscreen. So for this afternoon's landscape images, captured along the foothills of the Sandia Mountains, I used a smaller removable viewscreen that I had made for a 4"x5" camera. The lens was stopped down to 3mm, about F/90, exposure ~3 seconds onto preflashed grade 2 paper negatives.
Later in the evening, after processing the above images, I setup a still life composition in my shop, this time with the lens opened up to F/23 (accounting for bellows extension, nominally F/16 at infinity), 1 minute exposure, lit by a single low-wattage work lamp.