Can this be done with a program? Yes it can.

The program below, 'Gray' creates a 16*1 matrix 'PG' (short for Pixel gray), which contains 16 4x4 bitmaps patterned with increasing blackness. These bitmaps can be plotted with the AGRAPH function, effectively creating a 4x4 pixel with 16 shades of gray (no, not 50 ).

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```
00 { 221-Byte Prgm }
01▸LBL "Gray"
02 16
03 1
04 DIM "PG"
05 INDEX "PG"
06 0
07 STO "A"
08 STO "B"
09 STO "C"
10 STO "D"
11 STO "E"
12 1
13 STO+ "A"
14 XEQ 00
15 4
16 STO+ "C"
17 XEQ 00
18 1
19 STO+ "C"
20 XEQ 00
21 4
22 STO+ "A"
23 XEQ 00
24 2
25 STO+ "B"
26 XEQ 00
27 8
28 STO+ "D"
29 XEQ 00
30 2
31 STO+ "D"
32 XEQ 00
33 8
34 STO+ "B"
35 XEQ 00
36 1
37 STO+ "B"
38 XEQ 00
39 4
40 STO+ "D"
41 XEQ 00
42 1
43 STO+ "D"
44 XEQ 00
45 4
46 STO+ "B"
47 XEQ 00
48 2
49 STO+ "A"
50 XEQ 00
51 8
52 STO+ "C"
53 XEQ 00
54 2
55 STO+ "C"
56 XEQ 00
57 8
58 STO+ "A"
59 XEQ 00
60 CLV "A"
61 CLV "B"
62 CLV "C"
63 CLV "D"
64 CLV "E"
65 RTN
66▸LBL 00
67 1
68 STO+ "E"
69 CLA
70 RCL "A"
71 XTOA
72 RCL "B"
73 XTOA
74 RCL "C"
75 XTOA
76 RCL "D"
77 XTOA
78 RCL "E"
79 1
80 STOIJ
81 ASTO ST X
82 STOEL
83 RTN
84 END
```

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```
00 { 118-Byte Prgm }
01▸LBL "BALL"
02 XEQ "Gray"
03 -25.025
04 STO 00
05▸LBL 00
06 625
07 RCL 00
08 IP
09 X↑2
10 -
11 SQRT
12 IP
13 ENTER
14 ENTER
15 1ᴇ3
16 ÷
17 +
18 +/-
19 STO 01
20▸LBL 01
21 8
22 RCL 01
23 -
24 X↑2
25 -12
26 RCL 00
27 -
28 X↑2
29 +
30 SQRT
31 2.4
32 ÷
33 1
34 +
35 IP
36 16
37 X<>Y
38 X>Y?
39 X<>Y
40 1
41 STOIJ
42 CLA
43 RCLEL
44 XTOA
45 RCL 00
46 IP
47 4
48 ×
49 120
50 +
51 RCL 01
52 IP
53 4
54 ×
55 200
56 +
57 AGRAPH
58 ISG 01
59 GTO 01
60 ISG 00
61 GTO 00
62 CLST
63 CLV "PG"
64 END
```