So my 2 cents, both technologies will result in same image quality, the main difference is that thanks to low read noise one can build another system that makes such camera's shine. Typically big fast dobs or hyperstar, you will be able to do unguided imagining and beat seeing partly thanks to LI technique, there are few people out there doing this look at;
and though with a EMCCD;
And there are a few more, but the point is, on your current equipment probably a ccd will be better, but on a very fast system and the use of lucky imaging, one can get crazy detail (which you also can get with ccd but you need butter smooth stack so you can do deconvolution without introducing noise, hence many more hours of capture) Another benefit of the technique is that you get to the next level of averaging frames that makes the stacks crazy smooth. I did get a stack taken with a 30cm newton and the asi 178 ... the detail and low noise for just 3 hours is just amazing ... And no guiding needed and even in windy conditions you can go out and enjoy imaging.
These images are nowhere near what CCDs can do. They are OK but it's always going to be with a caveat like "oh it's not bad for a dslr" or something like that.
Here is M27 with a CCD. And I am just an average processor.
Edited by tolgagumus, 07 May 2016 - 12:50 AM.