Cadmium Zinc Telluride (CZT) detectors with 600 μm pitches and 350 μm pitches in 5mm thickness were developed and tested for investigation pixilated CZT detector applications in Positron Emission Tomography. In addition to flood γ-ray source measurements (662keV, 122keV and 59.5keV), we scan across pixels with a collimated Co-57 source (collimated beam size < pixel size) with a step size 50 μm. We sorted events based on the number of pixels that detect a charge signal (single, double, triple) and analyzed the charge sharing at different energies for detectors of different pitches. Results show the number of charge sharing events increases when γ-ray energy increases or when pixel size decreases. Based on the collimated beam measurements of energy at 122keV, the charge sharing range in a 5mm thick CZT detector biased at -1000V was estimated to be around 125μm FWHM for both 600μm and 350μm pitched anodes, while the charge loss is more severe in 350μm pitched detectors than in 600μm pitched detectors.