I finally managed to get a few images from my 145mm f272 645 pinhole camera and I have some questions. The farther away the object is, the less sharp the edges are. But the closeup images are right about where I want them to be. Here are 4 images, an overall of each frame and a full resolution crop. All are unsharp masked in Photoshop to the same amount, and scanned with the same settings. Contrast on the first shots could be a little better too. Distance from hole:40 feet to infinity Distance from hole about 4 inches to a few feet: You need to click on the images to see them at the real full size, they should then open in a new window so that you can view them at full size. I think the pinhole was made with a number 75 drill in 0.001 stainless and it has clean edges. Film is XP2 developed by Main Photo and shows good dynamic range, better than the kodak I used for previous testing. As I said I'm happy with the close up performance, but would like to get the far performance a little better on the large edges and contrast.