One of the common claims of FEB's (Flat Earth Believers) seems to be that everything is CGI. One of the most frustrating claims though is that pictures of the earth curvature from on high are debunked as being a property of wide angle camera lenses showing curve where none exists. I recently asked myself if with the new digital cameras if a pin hole lens is viable now. It turns out that it is and as of about six months ago there are pinhole camera lenses that exist for some cameras from a crowd known as Thingify. https://petapixel.com/2017/05/31/heres-worlds-first-multi-aperture-pinhole-lens-dslrs/ It appears to me that the pictures that one can gain from this lens are sufficiently sharp to be able to send on up on a high altitude balloon to settle the claim once and for all whether curvature of the earth is visible from those altitudes. So if someone has the means and the motivation to make this a goer then I'd be most interested in seeing the outcome. Heck of someone has the motivation but not the means then I'd be more than happy to toss a few shekels into a gofundme. I don't believe anyone would argue that light passing though a pinhole lens is in some manner being messed with in the same way they argue about it with glass lenses.