I have a terrible, terrible habit - and that is speeding through a project without making detailed documentation of the process. Sometimes the momentum just builds and rather than pause to snap a picture or two - and just like that, the camera is already done! I did manage to take a few in-progress photos, though:
Some sample photos from the camera, using the Canon 50mm f/1.8 (the only LTM lens I own):
I'm not entirely sure if it's the nature of the lens, but it certainly is not very sharp! It improves a little bit when stopped down, but off-center softness is very evident when focusing on distant subjects. I suspect that the sensor is skewed a bit and doesn't align perfectly with the image plane. The sensor is held in place rather lackadaisically without any real measures to ensure alignment other than relying on the dimensional accuracy of the 3D print. One of these days I'll need to place a depth gauge between the sensor and the lens flange, and try to get it dialed in. But for now, I'm just glad that it works!