Absolutely, you'll be amazed. I have a 1928 vintage Voigtlander with Skopar that, on a 6x9 negative, can routinely produce negatives that are single-pixel sharp in 2400 ppi scans, which corresponds roughly to 25x enlargement (given a screen resolution of 96 ppi), or at least 8x for a print (18x25 inches, near enough), more likely 12x (27x38 inches, about) by the print ppi standards common for digital. When was the last time you saw a print in the 30x40 inch class that was sharp when you had your nose right up to the paper?

Now, imagine what that camera could do with a pressure plate...